Rebecca Jones 

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6 Ways to Keep Your Business Safe from Slip-and-Fall Injury Lawsuits

Is your business safe from slips and falls? According to the National Floor Safety Institute's report, slips and falls constitute over one million emergency hospital visits yearly. At places of business, they account for a significant number of accidental injuries to customers and employees. Slip-and-fall accidents can end in minor bruises, severe injuries, disability, or … [Read more...]

How Has CGI Changed the Film Industry?

Computer-generated imagery, or CGI, has drastically changed the film industry since its inception.  Video Production London firm, Ideal Insight, explored the impact that technology has had on the film industry and asked Hot Dark Matter Co-Founder Julian Anderson a series of questions about this. Regarding CGI’s impact on the film industry, in particular, he said, "Virtual … [Read more...]

5 Cost-Effective Ways to Reward Employees Who Achieve Great Results

Business owners and managers understand how important it is for them to get the best performance from their employees. They try to do many things just to see their employees doing their best for the success of the business. However, the same incentives cannot be effective all the time. Even if you try to offer your employees generous financial rewards and annual bonuses, you … [Read more...]

How to Stay Organized as a Small Business Owner

When it comes to organizing your growing business, be sure to follow the right path. Every business owner, be it small or large, always expects parts of their business goals that require meticulous planning and organizing, else things will not move as expected. It becomes easier for any large business to stay organized, having thousands of employees and huge budgets – but … [Read more...]

The Business Side of Alcohol

Alcohol is big business here and around the world. The liquor store business alone is worth over 62 billion dollars. This doesn't account for all the alcohol being served in bars, restaurants, and nightclubs in the country. The sports industry is also a big consumer of alcohol and one study found that a whopping 60% to 75% of stadium revenue at baseball games came exclusively … [Read more...]

How Startups Can Retain the Best Remote Employees

Over the past few years, more and more employers have switched from a traditional office working environment to a remote setup. It is a practice where employees work from the comfort of their homes or any other convenient place other than the physically designated business office. There are many reasons why you would want to work with remote employees. To name a few, remote … [Read more...]

Top 3 Tips for Running a Business Remotely from Anywhere in the World

Running a remote business takes skill and while it offers many benefits such as having the flexibility to build your own schedule, you also must know how to balance work and play. Generally speaking, when working remotely, there are fewer employee absences as work can be done in the comfort of their home whether their car breaks down or another factor prevents them from … [Read more...]

Starting a Small Business? This Is Why You Need a Small Business Accountant

Those who have started a small business know how exciting the process can be. Watching your business grow from the ground up and witnessing it flourish is an incredibly rewarding part of the process, and can often be the very aspect that drives entrepreneurs forward through periods of struggle and difficulty.  One common area of difficulty for small business owners is balancing … [Read more...]

Handling Conflict Amongst Your Employees: 4 Tips for Business Owners

Running a business takes a lot of juggling. Between taking care of financial functions, managing your staff, and generally making sure that everything is running smoothly, there’s little time or patience left to deal with conflicts and other issues in your business. But unfortunately, conflict is something that’s pretty much unavoidable, and you’re going to run into it at some … [Read more...]