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Like many California businesses, yours may be constantly faced with new and changing regulations. From new California regulations about employers' use of criminal history when making employment decisions (which took effect July 1) to the possible repeal and replacement of the federal Affordable Care Act (still being debated) to a California bill that would prohibit employers from asking job applicants for their salary history (still under consideration), there’s a lot to keep up with. Read More >
Virtually every business stores some sensitive information. Whether that’s information about employees, customers or your business partners, it can be devastating to lose sensitive information to a hard drive failure, security breach or any other incident. This makes it imperative that your business has proper data storage measures in place. Read More >
In an ideal world, every dollar that goes into a business helps with the business’s long-term profitability. However, real life isn’t perfect and businesses can’t be productive 100 percent of the time. Fortunately, you can still help your bottom line by reducing or eliminating some of the biggest and most common money wasters that face businesses today. Read More >
Is your business a manufacturer, distributor or wholesaler? If your company buys goods, domestically or internationally, a trade payables financing program can enhance your ability to finance inventory. More access to credit for financing inventory can be especially beneficial if your business has seasonal peaks or is managing an unusually large order. Read More >
When you started your business, you probably took stock of your competition and made yourself aware of their strengths and weaknesses. By doing this competitive analysis, you were better able to position your business and develop a strategy for success. But a competitive analysis isn't just helpful when your business is in its infancy. Read More >