Tagged by: "Small Business Financing"
Many business managers and owners view budgeting as a necessary evil. It may not be everyone's favorite activity, but it's important, because an effective budget can help you optimize use of your resources. With a comprehensive view of financial and non-financial data, you can accurately understand the true cost of your products and services. Read More >
An increasing number of employers are offering wellness programs for their employees. A Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research & Educational Trust survey found 81 percent of large employers (200+ workers) and 49 percent of small employers offer programs to help employees stop smoking, lose weight or make other lifestyle changes. Even if you don't have the budget for a formal wellness program, there are steps you can take to nudge workers toward a healthier lifestyle. These nine ideas can help. Read More >
During the holiday season, the convergence of a variety of factors such as increased employee vacations, extended business hours, and cold and flu season can make it difficult to keep a business adequately staffed. Planning ahead can help your business keep operating smoothly. Read More >
Medical costs for U.S. employers are projected to increase by 6.5 percent in 2016, according to Pricewaterhouse Cooper's Health Research Institute. Given the inevitability of health care cost increases, many employers are taking advantage of new opportunities through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to cost-effectively make attractive health benefits available to their employees. Read More >
With one of the 10 largest economies in the world, California exported more than $174 billion in goods and services in 2014. Its top trading partners include our neighbors to the south and north — Mexico and Canada — but California is also the top state in the nation in exports to Asia, particularly China, Japan and South Korea. Read More >