Recessions are difficult to predict. The best time to prepare for a recession is when the economy is doing well. Planning is critical to ensure your business won’t be affected during an economic downturn. We spoke with experts to get their insights on how to prepare your business for a recession.
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With a broad range of age groups represented in today’s companies, managing a multigenerational workforce has challenges like never before.
The government may be open, but come Feb. 15, the doors could close again, given the current state of negotiations. For small businesses, that could be another load of bad news they can’t afford.
How can middle-market businesses best prepare for 2019 in economic times so nebulous that even leading economists are at odds? Will we see continued prosperity, a slowdown, a recession?
With the new year here, now is the ideal time to focus on creating business growth.
Find a need in the market and service it well. That need may be closer and more familiar to you than you may at first think.
We live in unsettled, unpredictable times, as the end of 2018 has proven. For business owners, now is the season to reflect on the past year and gauge what is coming for the economy and your business in 2019. There is much to consider.
The holidays are the time for gatherings and good cheer, and that makes them a natural time for networking. Business is about relationships, and sharing kind wishes and getting some face time can help to strengthen them. Since the season is a busy one, make the most of your connections by creating a plan. Here are six ideas for effective holiday networking.
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