There’s no one right way to be an entrepreneur. Although most people associate entrepreneurs with revolutionary new ideas, the vast majority of businesses are more traditional endeavors, like bakeries, grocery stores, hair salons, and pizza parlors. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and the skills to run a business, you may find that you’re better […]

How to Start a Franchise Business in 2021
5 Ways to Improve Communication in the Workplace

What does “good” communication look like? And why do people want it for their organization? Sir Richard Branson, CEO and founder of the Virgin Group, which controls more than 400 companies across a wide range of fields, believes that “communication is the most important skill any leader can possess.” Effective communication improves job satisfaction, lowers […]

The 7 Best Time Management Tools For Your Small Business

If you’re running a small business, the one commodity that’s probably more precious to you than anything else is time. Whatever productivity metrics you use as yardsticks, you no doubt feel that you never seem to have enough time to fit everything in. That’s the nature of running a business – there are seemingly endless […]

5 Ways to Reduce Payroll Costs

In the face of rising costs or shrinking revenue, it’s natural that a business would look to reduce payroll costs and make do with a smaller budget, fewer resources, or fewer people. Or maybe you’ve reached a turning point in your business, and it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor by taking a […]

Top 15 Small Business Blogs in 2020

Starting and developing a business requires a high level of risk, expertise and dedication. To bolster an entrepreneurs chance of succeeding, we have scoured the web for small business blogs in order to help find them the information they’re looking for. Here are fifteen of the best blogs at present for small business owners—providing information, […]

How to Use ZoomShift’s Labor Forecast to Keep Labor Costs Down

These days, you’d be hard-pressed to find a startup, small business, or Fortune 500 company that’s not concerned with reducing labor costs. There are dozens of ways to reduce costs, from reviewing compensation packages to reducing employee turnover and even cross-training employees, so you aren’t so dependent on one employee’s skills. While those things can […]

How To Safely Reopen Your Restaurant Post-Lockdown

2020 certainly hasn’t started out the way anyone had planned, and the foodservice industry hasn’t had an easy go of things amid pandemic-related lockdowns and forced closures. With most states now starting to open back up – and cases still on the rise across the country – it’s essential to be prepared with necessary precautions […]

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