As companies prepare policies for their post-pandemic workplace, allowing employees to maintain work-from-home arrangements can have major ramifications.
When it comes to competing for business talent, companies are well served to get out of their comfort zone and cast a wide net that extends well beyond their circle of family and business contacts.
The construction industry may not appear to be an obvious target for cybercrime, but it garners unwanted online attention just like other sectors. According to the Cost of Data Breach Report 2020 by IBM, the average cost of a data breach in the industrial sector was $4.99 million.
The reason it’s so important for lawyers to understand technology is because it has a direct impact on both the practice of law and the business of running a law firm.
It is true that the whole myth of success is negatively affecting the growth that your business can attain (while lowering your contentment). Here is why.
When your to-do list runneth over, the idea of giving someone or something more attention may seem like a luxury you cannot afford.
As attorneys, our time is our stock in trade. Effective time management is therefore the name of the game. Maximizing our time is essential to our personal productivity. More importantly, time management allows us to maintain our sanity.
As a small business owner and leader, it’s likely there’s some intersection between how you’re setting up a legacy and protecting your business and how you can wisely manage your personal finances, including income tax planning, risk management, retirement planning and estate planning.
With much of the COVID-19 regulatory guidelines subsided, leaders of midsized businesses say their confidence has reached new highs. Still, there are concerns about supply chain issues, hiring and cybersecurity.
If the COVID-19 pandemic taught employers anything, it is the essential nature of employee communications.