Christina DeBusk 

Regular Contributor


Covering All Your Legal Bases When Firing

In November of 2011, Merill Lynch was hit with an $8.5 million lawsuit for wrongfully letting an employee go. Three years later, CNN became the Defendant in a similar suit, but this time the Plaintiff was going after $5 million in damages. Unfortunately, these high amounts are more common than you’d think as, according to Xcel HR, a human resource service for small and … [Read more...]

What I Found When Looking for “Simple Business Advice”

As a freelance writer who specializes in health and wellness, personal development, and self-defense related content, I spend a majority of my day online searching for the latest research and most current information in these life improvement fields. The more up- to-date I can stay on my topics of expertise, the better I can help my clients grow their online presence, growing … [Read more...]

New Survey Reveals How Your Website Might Actually Be Hurting Your Small Business

In just one 60-second time frame, roughly 70 new domains are registered and 571 new websites created. This means that, over the next 365 days, we’ll see more than 300 million websites added to the already crowded World Wide Web. Not only do these numbers inherently imply that you’ll be facing more competition than ever when it comes to gaining the attention of your target … [Read more...]

Is Your Relationship with Your Employees Affecting Your Business?

Take a moment and think about how well you get along with your employees. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being not-so-good and 10 being we-couldn’t-get-along-better, where would you rate your relationships? Realistically, this number is probably different with each staff member, with some climbing higher on the chart and others falling closer to the bottom. However, your … [Read more...]