4 Cost-Cutting Benefits of Using Human Resource Software

Posted by on March 4, 2014 in Business Management, Business Software, Legal Matters for Business [ 0 Comments ]

hr software for small businessesRunning a business smoothly involves many busy, interlocking hands. Unfortunately, necessary cost-cutting measures often mean parting hands with instrumental members of a company, hitting the Human Resources department especially hard. Instead, try Human Resource software which saves your company time and money. Here are four benefits of implementing HR software:

Higher Productivity

By installing HR software, the department’s productivity gains skyrocket, allowing workers to focus … Read More

Workers Comp Claims Run the Gamut from Expensive to Notorious

Posted by on October 30, 2013 in Legal Matters for Business [ 0 Comments ]

expensive workers compWorkers compensation was put in place to aid those injured on the job, preventing them from falling into a dire financial situation as they mend. That being said, some individuals try and exploit the system to their benefit, in the meantime raising overall costs for employers and employees alike. As the laws read nationwide (except in Texas), all employers that have at minimum one employee Read More

The FCRA: Are You Compliant? (Part 1)

Posted by on August 21, 2013 in Business Management, Employee Background Checks, Legal Matters for Business [ 0 Comments ]

fair credit reporting act complyPre-employment screenings and background checks for businesses looking to hire are becoming more important than ever. According to one recent study, 53% of resumes and job applications contain falsifications. While background checks can protect your business and help you ensure you’re hiring someone who is who they say they are, you have to be compliant with the FCRA. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is … Read More

What’s Behind Google Acquiring Motorola Mobility?

Posted by on August 15, 2011 in Business News, Patents and Trademarks [ 0 Comments ]

With the economy teetering on the brink of another possible recession, is now a good time to be buying other companies?

Search engine giant Google thinks so, having moved forward with acquiring Motorola Mobility for a cool $12.5 billion, its biggest acquisition to date. The two companies announced the deal Monday (pending regulatory approval), with Google claiming it had several reasons behind the acquisition.

As … Read More

Would Britain Really Ban Social Media in the Wake of Riots?

Posted by on August 12, 2011 in Business News, Legal Matters for Business, Social Networking [ 0 Comments ]

As the streets of London and some other British cities appeared calmer than earlier in the week following major riots, some are wondering how much of an impact social media played in fanning the flames.

To that end, British Prime Minister David Cameron is taking a closer look at sites such as Facebook and Twitter, wanting to see what if any role they played in … Read More

Are Your Employees Dressed for Success this Summer?

Posted by on July 20, 2011 in Business Management, Business News, Legal Matters for Business [ 0 Comments ]

As the summer sun continues to bake a large swath of the country, employers often find this time of year a little more challenging to do business in.

Not only are employees and customers more apt to be taking vacations, but your office dress code may be wilting a little bit as employees look to push the envelope.

As a business owner, are you seeing … Read More

Is the Government Headed Towards a Separate Internet?

Posted by on July 14, 2011 in Business Technology, Legal Matters for Business, Security Systems [ 4 Comments ]

Amid a variety of attacks in recent months on different U.S.-based Internet sites, questions have abound about just how secure the ‘Net really is.

According to former CIA director Michael Hayden, who worked under President G.W. Bush, the U.S. may require an entire new piece of Internet infrastructure.

Reports indicate a number of  high-level individuals in Washington, D.C. are considering the idea of forming a … Read More

Google Being Probed; Time for More Competition?

Posted by on June 27, 2011 in Business News, Internet Marketing, Legal Matters for Business [ 0 Comments ]

Many business owners actually like some good competition when all is said and done.

It gives them the ability to see how they measure up against competitors in the eyes of the consumer, where they need to tweak goods and/or services, and where there is room for growth.

When it comes to the search engine giant Google, a number of other companies are indicating … Read More

The Hundred Dollar Bill Gets a Makeover

Posted by on April 23, 2010 in Business News, Legal Matters for Business [ 0 Comments ]

If you are a retailer, you should be aware the $100 bill just got a security upgrade, but won’t be out in circulation until Feb. of 2011. The new security features are designed in the hopes of warding off counterfeiters.

“The $100 note is the most widely circulated and most often counterfeited denomination outside the U.S,” reports the official press release announcing the new changes.  … Read More

Merchant Advances can offer ‘Quick Buck’ for Businesses in Need

Posted by on March 16, 2010 in Business Financing, Business News, Financial Services, Legal Matters for Business, Uncategorized [ 0 Comments ]

With the economy at its current state, it is no surprise that an increasing number of businesses are looking for ways to save money, cut expenses, and plan for the future at the same time. While any company should be planning accordingly whether they are in a financially troubling quarter or not, the fact of the matter is that the current times have forced plenty … Read More