Personal finance expert and author Linsey Knerl tells AllBusiness.com about the best ways for home-based businesses to save money while building a fully functional home office.
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With more and more parents having to return to the workforce due to the economy, it raises the question on if businesses—both large and small—should be providing childcare for their workers.
In order to decide if it’s right for your business, you need to carefully look at the pros and cons of offering childcare in your office…
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Attending networking events is a great way to meet potential customers, but how you go about it has changed. In fact, some networking techniques that were popular just a few years ago will get you nowhere at today’s networking functions. Here are three networking mistakes you should avoid.
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Bloomberg Current is one of the latest business social networking sites which I think deserve more buzz than it has right now. What is it and why you should join it?
I am a long time user of Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s Business Exchange (BX.) It’s a news sharing site in which we can either post news pieces or blog posts and discover the latest updates on any business topics you want…
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When it comes to attracting top talent, offering prospective employees a balanced lifestyle may be a bigger sell than ping pong tables and catered lunches.
Flexibility and understanding managers are top must-have perks for employees, according to a report listing the top 25 companies that excel at work-life balance from career-community website Glassdoor…
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Shortly after my 21st birthday, I went on hiatus from university, and lived in Uruguay for a year as a missionary. Because I had studied Spanish in school, I thought I knew Spanish. It turns out I didn’t; I could say little, understand less. After eight months, when I was assigned to a town in the interior of Uruguay where no one spoke English, I finally learned to speak, understand, and even think in Spanish…
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You’ve done it, you have successfully opened up your new business and you couldn’t be more excited. You’ve followed the steps by the book and you are entirely secure with your endeavor and the future success of your company. Just like many of your fellow entrepreneurs and small business owners, you have jumped into the business world with your eyes wide open and you are fully prepared for anything that may be thrown at you…
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