Even after 400 years, Shakespeare’s advice is helpful to ye olde small business.
Veterans Day is Friday. Here are business resources for veterans who own businesses. Also, for employers who would like to hire vets.
If every company with 10 to 99 employees hired just one veteran, every unemployed vet would have a job and all of those businesses would have great new employees.
Every veteran has had experience being both a leader and a follower, of taking the initiative and also of following the chain of command.
Military veterans are great workers to hire when your business has an opening. Here are groups that will help you find candidates.
If your company is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), it may be eligible for set-asides in federal contracts.
Leading up to Veteran’s Day (11.11.2015), The Small Business Administration is sponsoring National Veterans Small Business Week today through Friday, Nov. 2-6.
State government agencies that help veterans access benefits, run programs related to the employment of veterans, and encourage business ownership by military veterans.
We encourage small businesses to hire veterans. And for veterans who want to create jobs, we encourage them to look into these SBA programs that assist vets who want to start or already have created businesses.
Saving money and going green are just two of the reasons to use less paper. Getting more organized and enabling collaboration benefit also.
Nearly one-third of an employee’s compensation can be in the form of benefits. Here are some they value most.
Most retailers require that your product have a UPC (barcode) before it hits the market. Here is how (and where) to get one?
Intuit’s engineers and product developers are living in the future.