If you or your staff attend trade shows and conferences this year, apply some extra vigilance over what's revealed to clients and prospects. Reason: Your competitors are watching, and your company's closely held secrets and business plans are the most vulnerable at these events.
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The federal panel investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks says the private sector is still unprepared for more attacks.
When you're working with a virtual team scattered across locations, foster unity with these steps: 1. Make messages "location-neutral." 2. Share success. 3. Don't waste meeting time during rare face-to-face gatherings.
If you pay your property, auto or liability insurance policy annually and the renewal period ends during periods of low cash flow, change the annual renewal date.
The Labor Department is putting new teeth into its rules that require employers to deposit employee 401(k) contributions by the 15th business day of the month following the month in which the employee contributions are made.
If you're shopping for cheaper phone service, include companies that sell Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, services to small businesses.
If you've been frustrated with your bank's service, 2004 is the year to shop around for a replacement, or, at the very least, to press your current institution for more services, especially if you do business with a large bank or community bank.
The post-Sept. 11 era has brought a disturbing number of contractors and salespeople trying to profit from businesses' concerns about terrorism.