Starting a business is no easy task, but by staying ahead of common pitfalls, you have a chance at seeing your enterprise thrive.
Magnolia Potter is a muggle from the Pacific Northwest who writes from time to time and covers a variety of topics. When Magnolia’s not writing, you can find her curled up with a good book.
Coping with the new normal of the global pandemic means adjusting to a new work life, one that protects your physical and financial health and the health of your family.
Few would disagree that those in the transportation industry, particularly employees in trucking and freight, are the backbone of our nation’s thriving economy. The long hours and dedication that these devoted men and women put forth ensure that there is food on our tables and goods and services in our stores. It is not always
While no one can predict the future, taking steps to ensure your business is protected from the very beginning, secured in its privacy, and free from any accusations of bias can help to give your business a much better start than it would have otherwise.
While these measures might seem a tad too tedious, remember that the liabilities for losing customer data in case of disruption will always be much greater than the time and money required to implement protective processes.
Healthcare providers can be held liable for prescription abuse if their practices are proved to be unprofessional and if quantifiable harm results from the abuse.
Everyone living with a terminal illness deserves quality care, support from loved ones, and the ability to set personal end-of-life goals.
Tech is not exclusively a “young person’s field.” Companies may be overlooking – illegally – valuable older employees.