Category Archives: Managing Employees

Small Business is Big Business in 2012 Presidential Election

By Rhonda Campbell Small business took center stage at the first 2012 United States presidential debate. Considering the fact that small businesses comprise 99.7 percent of the employers in the United States, it makes good sense to spotlight small businesses … Continue reading

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Risky Business of Business Mergers and Acquisitions

By Rhonda Campbell Trends have shown that marriages between individuals don’t always turn out the way people who enter the unions imagine that they will. Even if marriages endure the test of time, they may not yield joy, fulfillment and … Continue reading

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Thriving as a Work from Home Mom

By Rhonda Campbell Operating a successful small business is an undertaking that demands courage, vision and stick-to-it-ness. Truth is — There are few, if any, short cuts to building a profitable business. Add raising one or more school-aged children to … Continue reading

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Businesses Focusing on Women Employees Who Care for Babies

By Rhonda Campbell No one said all 9-to-5 jobs were easy. There can be a lot to balance, especially if you’re among the working moms who have baby things to tend to before and after work. Even if you’re a work from … Continue reading

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When to Expand Your Small Business Workforce

By Ryan Franklin An exciting time in the lifespan of a small business is the moment when a business owner realizes it is time to expand. Sometimes this means taking on more inventory, or offering more services. Sometimes it means … Continue reading

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Making Hard Choices as a Moneyball Small Business Manager

By Rhonda Campbell The movie Moneyball was a hit at the box office because it showed a sports business leader doing something a lot of people in leadership positions don’t want to do. Moneyball showed the Oakland A’s general manager, … Continue reading

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Tie Your Creative Small Business Efforts Together

You’re in charge of your small business. It’s up to you to make the final decisions regarding product offerings, marketing plans, hiring and business partnerships. Because you have this authority, you also have a great amount of responsibility and accountability. … Continue reading

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