It’s not that small businesses don’t want to have products that would help their operations grow; it’s that they often don’t have the resources. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, small business comprises 99.9% of all businesses throughout the country. That means if you’re a B2B (business-to-business) company, your primary focus is going to involve small businesses. Read more
The evidence is clear: happy employees are good for business.
“Scientists have found that if you boost someone’s happiness, you boost their productivity 12-25% or more,” said Scott Crabtree, founder Happy Brain Science. And while heightened productivity may be a major motivator for employers to get to the bottom of employee happiness, it’s not the only reason. In the podcast Live Happy Now, Crabtree said: “Our brains work better, we’re healthier, we live longer, etc.,” Read more
You’ve heard about the ‘Pink Slip’ virus, haven’t you? For those who haven’t (or it’s been a few years and far too many news stories, political fodder, or work-related issues to focus on instead), let’s do a refresher.
An employee of a mid-sized company was feeling frustrated and tired at work. She decided to check her email (this happened to be work-related, but it wouldn’t have made any difference in the world if it was personal) and saw a subject heading: Grab the Career You’ll LOVE! Read more
Setting up a call center can be an instrumental decision and there is a growing number of small to mid-sized businesses relying on these services. Not all call centers are created with the same focus, so there are several key steps you’ll want to consider before making that initial investment. We outline them below.
Step 1: Have clarity of purpose.
Sure, it’s a call center and your employees will be fielding calls, but who are your primary clients? Narrow your focus to a specific niche or industry and realize it won’t be a question of finding clients, but where they operate and how best to set up your new call center to meet their needs. Read more
Let’s get right to the meat and potatoes of this incredible deal: 5G Internet service is coming, and soon. But for many people, and businesses who understand this new technology, perhaps not soon enough. Most phones, home networks, and businesses are currently using 4G technology, or more specifically 4G LTE. Read more