Mistakes happen in every business. But they’re typically the direct result of poor planning, organizational deficiencies and weak execution—not just dumb luck.
Working excessive overtime increases an employee’s chances of suffering an on-the-job injury, according to a new Yale University study.
If you send customers out the door with merchandise in plastic bags, start planning for some eco-friendly replacements for those soon-to-be relics.
Hiring decisions can make or break a small business more so than at large corporations.
In setting your company’s goals for 2008, ask yourself this question: Are you playing it too safe?
People make resolutions to improve their personal lives around this time of year. So why don’t you do the same for your small business?
By now, you know it’s important to optimize your web site so that search engines such as Google will find it.
After a decade of hype, banking via cell phones and other hand-held devices will become more mainstream in the coming years.
Small business success comes down to whether you can pay your bills and still turn a profit.
The hard-driving, ruthless boss may fit the stereotype of today’s most successful corporate executive. But the most effective workplace leaders are honest, caring and flexible. Six profiles show the full spectrum of supervisory skill—as rated by employees.