In recent years, several highly publicized, large-scale hacks have exposed millions of Americans to potential identity theft, resulting in big changes to how many companies do business. Although these data breaches involved Fortune 500 companies with household names, cybersecurity risks aren't limited to business giants. Small businesses can also become targets of devastating hacks. In fact, they may be even more vulnerable, since they typically have fewer safeguards and less sophisticated protections in place.
You worked hard to build your business from the ground up. You believe that success has the potential to span generations. The last thing you want is to see your legacy vanish once you're no longer able to lead the business.
Employee handbooks aren't likely to be the first thing on the mind of an entrepreneur, particularly one with just a few employees.
Business owners in Georgia may already know that the federal National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is tasked with finding solutions in disputes between private businesses and employees. Recently, it reviewed the complaints of numerous McDonald's franchise employees. As part of its review, the NLRB determined that franchise owners and McDonald's Corp. are actually joint employers.
The state of Georgia is enjoying a new kind of partnership that is improving business operations in one of the largest health care systems in the state. Philips Healthcare is now going to be providing all of the equipment needed by the Georgia Regents Health System. The contract signed gives Philips the rights to provide everything from minor electrical supplies to multi-million dollar medical equipment. This new contract gives Philips access to the entirety of business operations within the hospital system.
Entrepreneurship is a great way for Georgia residents to bust out of the job market slump. But starting a business is laden with potential challenges, which is why the business organization process is so important. For entrepreneurs, experts suggests considering eight tips for new business success. The first tip is to only start a business that you are passionate about. In addition to passion, it is suggested that patience, purpose and perseverance are also important.
Georgia franchisees may want to take advantage of a new technology created just for restaurant owners and managers to get live, immediate feedback directly from customers on a variety of performance levels.