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Obamacare Delay: What it Means for Employers

Obamacare Delay: What it Means for Employers - http://blogs.wsj.com Avatar Posted by Small Business News under Employee Benefits
From http://blogs.wsj.com 2559 days ago
Made Hot by: AmyJordan on July 10, 2013 6:25 pm
A few things companies should be thinking about in the wake of the Obama administration's decision to delay a key requirement of its new health-care law... Read More
In case you don’t know, southern chef, Paula Deen, is at the center of a lawsuit that seems to have spun out of control. The stories that are being told about her do not match her branding... Read More

The 5 Best Project Management Tools Around

The 5 Best Project Management Tools Around  - http://kylereed.tv Avatar Posted by Small Business News under Management
From http://kylereed.tv 2565 days ago
Made Hot by: ObjectOriented on July 5, 2013 8:44 am
Getting things done seems to be the goal of anyone at the start of a new year. There are several solutions that can provide anyone the chance to complete this goal. Hard work, dedication, and co-workers. But one area that often can go overlooked is project management tools... Read More
There’s no shortage of dry blog posts about marketing out there. Some of them are very informative, don’t get me wrong. My observation is that they read more like a Wikipedia article than a blog post. Whatever industry you’re in, my guess is the same thing rings true... Read More

7 Tips for Measuring Social Media ROI

7 Tips for Measuring Social Media ROI - http://www.seobook.com Avatar Posted by Small Business News under Social Media
From http://www.seobook.com 2620 days ago
Made Hot by: Ruth Stone on May 9, 2013 2:19 am
We've passed what Internet marketing writer Peter Da Vanzo calls the hype cycle of social media in which people got excited with the medium simply because it was new. Sites like Facebook and Twitter are part of our daily lives now, but increasingly businesses want to know about return on investment Read More

Tips for Hiring More Adaptable Employees

Tips for Hiring More Adaptable Employees - http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com Avatar Posted by Small Business News under Human Resources
From http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com 2643 days ago
Made Hot by: justretweet on April 19, 2013 8:38 am
When blogger Cliff Oxford suggested entrepreneurs consider hiring millennials, particularly those who graduated college during and after the Great Recession, he got his head handed to him in the comment section. The reaction on Twitter was quite a bit different, and this difference speaks volumes. Read More
Organizers are calling Small Business Saturday, the day set aside at the beginning of the holiday shopping season to promote small businesses, an overwhelming success. U.S. consumers spent more than projected, an estimated $5.5 billion, with independent merchants, according to the National Federati Read More
Small business owners need more than great skills to be successful. They need the proper strategy.You may know how to use Facebook and other social media correctly, how to set up a blog, and how to create a newsletter, explains Jim Connelly. But unless you have a strategy for combining all these el Read More
You can't expect to grow your business, or any other kind of successful organization for that matter, without working on your customer service. A big part of that, says speaker and guest blogger Carol Ritter, is linked to your ability to make customers feel welcome and appreciated. In this post on Read More
Mimi Bullock admits the last few years have been tough as she says her living expenses have gone up while her income has not. But she also says the economic downturn has taught her a few things about prudent money management she might not have learned otherwise. Mimi is a small business owner and a Read More
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