Author: Danielle Higley

Small Business

Alone together: Self-employed architect shares his PPP story

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In the midst of a pandemic and nationwide quarantines, many people have taken up hobbies—macramé, decoupage, Paul Hollywood-level pastry work. Skyler Kogachi is no exception. In …

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How to improve business processes and boost growth

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If there’s one thing business owners don’t have enough of, it’s time. Improving your business processes through automation, integration, or outsourcing are great ways to get …

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A quick-and-easy small business guide to workers’ comp

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If you’re confused by anything related to workers’ comp, you are not alone. A quick Google search brings up all sorts of related questions. Can workers’ comp …

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6 reasons everyone benefits from working remotely

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Employee retention is a hot topic these days. Just 3.5% of the country is “unemployed.” So companies must do all they can to keep great workers on the …

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Motivation tips for self-employed business owners

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Bryce Welker was never cut out to be an employee. When asked what would have to happen to make him go back to working for someone …

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March Madness fans say watching at work builds morale

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Last year, TSheets by QuickBooks ran its first-ever March Madness survey and released some pretty startling stats. Among the 200 employees we surveyed, nearly half said they …

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9 workplace benefits to inspire employee loyalty

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Believe it or not, 43% of employees would like to change jobs within the next two years, according to a recent survey by QuickBooks Payroll. Think about that. …

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3 brutal tips for making self-employment work

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Sometimes — particularly in business — you just need someone to tell it to you straight. There are a lot of tips to sift through when you first …