Small businesses may want to assess what data and applications it pays to keep on the premises and what it pays to move to the cloud to improve efficiencies.
Avoiding pitfalls, risks when employees work remotely
There are definitely benefits to this, but employers need to make sure they avoid some problems associated with employees working outside the traditional office environment, say experts.
Deadline looms in sexual harassment prevention training
As summer begins to fade away, an Oct. 9 deadline looms on sexual harassment prevention training for all employees.
Private-label deals can boost small manufacturers
Manufacturing for private or store labels can help a small business accelerate sales, experts say.
Using product images for online sales
Many consumers go straight to the images when shopping online.
Data security a priority, experts say
Businesses could soon faced stricter breach-notice and security standards thanks to the recently passed SHIELD Act that Gov. Cuomo is expected to sign.
Mental illness in the workplace
Mental illness is sometimes referred to as an invisible illness, but its effect on the workplace is far from hidden.
Preparing for employees' vacation time
It can be stressful for employers, and summertime puts the need for planning in high relief.
Small business: The business card is 'not dead'
Even in the electronic age, the paper identifiers aren't showing signs of disappearing anytime soon.
Turning interns into hires
With the tight labor market, businesses should look at every intern as a potential full-time employee.
Video growing as a marketing force on LinkedIn
LinkedIn has gotten a lot more visual, and marketers may be missing out if they don't take advantage of video to boost their brand on the platform.