In this guide, we’ll tackle practical strategies for helping you hire a workforce that will be the right fit for your business, and address how you might structure your company to maximize employee commitment and opportunities for growth and success. Explore the benefits of strong employee management, and start laying the foundation for a sound workplace structure and culture.
If you’ve thought about offering a 401(k) for your employees but assumed it would not be appropriate for your business, you may want to reconsider. While large corporations have spearheaded the growth and popularity of 401(k) plans, legislation has changed how businesses of all sizes are implementing 401(k) plans.
A transition or succession plan may help you to make rational, informed decisions when stepping away from a business. Rather than putting off this important planning, start thinking strategically around what you want to happen after you’ve stepped down. Use this guide to take a closer look at succession planning and business sale strategies, and then take steps to help support the future of the business you’ve worked so hard to build.
Many of us take a set-it-and-forget-it approach to beneficiary designations on retirement accounts, life insurance policies, wills, and trusts. We create the document, we choose a beneficiary, and we consider the work complete. But the truth is, many life-changing moments are times to thoroughly review those beneficiary designations to make sure they’re up to date.
With cybersecurity incidents regularly making headlines, it’s clear cyber threats are a serious risk factor for all modern businesses. Fortunately, there are simple and cost-effective steps small businesses can take to make their companies more resilient. Understanding and implementing the recommendations outlined in this guide can help to make your company more secure — whether you’re a one-person operation or a business that employs hundreds.