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Winter Weather Preparedness Checklist Severe winter weather can lead to property damage, employee illness or injury, and possible business closures.  The following checklist will help you identify the areas of your business that are most susceptible to winter hazards.
Wildfire Preparedness Checklist This checklist will help you prepare for a wildfire's effect on your organization, employees and community by highlighting activities you should undertake before, during, and following the event.
Tornado Preparedness Checklist This checklist will help you prepare for a tornado's effect on your organization, employees and community by highlighting activities you should undertake before, during, and following the event.
If you or an employee loses a smartphone or it’s snatched by a thief, what damage could it do to your company? Think about it. These devices may hold sensitive data about your customers or emails about important deals. They may even store passwords to your mobile banking service and other
Crisis Communications Planning Checklist During an emergency, it is imperative that those within your organization know how to communicate effectively.   This includes both internal and external communications.  The following checklist will highlight some recommendations for developing and executing a well-rounded
Does your small business use an accountant? Then you’re in good company. According to the Sage Small Business Accountants Usage 2013 Study, seven in 10 (71 percent) of small business owners use the services of an outside accountant—most often to handle corporate taxes, personal taxes
Workplace safety is a hot topic, indeed. But what does workplace safety actually encompass? Of course, employers want to keep their employees safe and injury free while at work, but many are not familiar with Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) requirements. Below are the
A few well-placed PR placements can catapult a small business product or service from obscurity to success. But the return on investment for a public relations campaign varies greatly. Any PR professional (whether a firm or individual freelancer) needs at least three months to work media contacts
In my own consulting business, I often work with clients who are focused on the bottom line. They want to spend their time and energies on the things that are going to bring in new business, develop new products and improve value stream processes. They want their employees to focus on the same
Simply put, the business model is how you're going to make money. Think about how you can monetize your business idea. How much will people be willing to pay for your product or service? Survey the market if you're not sure. Look at your competitors' websites and even in their stores

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