With our health care system still in chaos, a lot of people are worried about what will happen to their coverage – including small business owners and entrepreneurs. Well, if you’re one of these people, you may find some valuable insight on what various SMB owners are currently doing for health care. Take a look at our infographic to see what small business owners are doing in terms of their health coverage.
Have you ever worked for a small business and a large business before? If you have, then you’ll notice the difference in management between both enterprises. This is especially true in regards to their human resources department.
In our new infographic, we reveal the major HR differences between a small business and a corporation. That way, you can see which type of firm fits best with your needs and wants.
After graduating from college, I couldn’t wait to find and work my first salary wage job. When it finally happened, I was ecstatic because I thought it would enhance my career. The firm I worked for was a small business with about 10 employees. After working for about 2 years for the firm, I finally realized something – there was nowhere for me to grow within the company.
I had no director or manager above me, and I was the only person in the workplace that could perform my job responsibilities. Even though I had an important role in my company, it bothered me to know that there was no higher position in my department. At first, I wasn’t sure what my options were since it was my first full-time job. However, with the proper guidance, I decided to leave the company nearly a year later.
This experience helped me understand the influence of a corporate ladder. If employees see no room for career growth within a business, there will be turnover, low productivity, and other adverse consequences. As an employee, this feeling of entrapment was suffocating. For that reason, I want to share 3 methods to advance your career, if you believe there’s no room for growth in your firm.
When you think of startups, I bet you think of the popular companies that are raking in millions of dollars in revenue. From Uber to Tesla, startups have been a growing trend in today’s society. However, not all startups are successful, and not all of them are able to obtain quality investors to support them. For those without any investors, you’re looking at a lower budget and a larger workload.
But here’s some good news to startups with low capital.
You can still compete with those VC backed startups!
Millennials, or the Y Generation, is now the largest generation in America. Businesses everywhere are trying to find different ways to attract them to their workforce. However, the methods used to attract millennials is very different from that of baby boomers and other generations. Millennials have different needs and priorities when it comes to employment. The same approach used to attract boomers and Gen Xers won’t work with this audience. Hence, many employers struggle to acquire and keep talented millennials in their company.
Are you having the same struggles as well? Let’s turn that around.
As a fellow millennial, I’m here to help you understand how to acquire talented Y-gens for your workplace. Here are 3 core traits that you should adopt if you’re looking to attract and retain millennials for your business.
ACA open enrollment has just begun, and people across the nation are trying to find coverage for next year. The ACA has been on everyone’s minds as people are facing premium increases that are damaging their budget. Also, it doesn’t help that large insurers have left the exchange, which leaves people uninsured until they find another coverage. That said, the ACA hasn’t received much attention for some of its other changes. These changes relate to the ACA regulations, which greatly influence small business owners and entrepreneurs. Therefore, here are some of the ACA adjustments that employers must know to keep their business running smoothly. Continue reading
The Affordable Care Act is a controversial topic due to the massive amount of people who support and oppose the bill. The ACA has its pros and cons, but let’s narrow down its effects on a certain demographic: small business owners. The law has helped and hurt small businesses around the country; however, you’ll probably hear more complaints and criticisms about the ACA among them.