Month in Review: February 2019

From legal issues concerning discrimination to effective employee discipline, we explored many topics in February crucial to your business’ success.

Just because it was a short month, it doesn’t mean that the blog was short on critical content. Here are four of the most important articles from Mind Your Business in February.

Boxed: A blueprint for success

Ecommerce disruptor Boxed has seen a rapid rise to success since its founding just a few short years ago. The company’s CEO and co-founder shares three things you can take from the Boxed growth blueprint and put to use for your own small business.

Secrets to effective employee discipline

If you have even one employee then you need to know how to handle HR issues. Before you lose sleep at night worrying about poor employee performance, employee retaliation or other negative behaviors, check out these tools and tips for creating employee discipline policies.

Deferred compensation: Understanding the options

Deferred Compensation plans might be just what your business needs to attract, retain and motivate key employees. Get caught up on how these plans work and which type might work best for your company.

Avoid ADA employment discrimination violations

It can be difficult for companies to identify and protect disabled workers, which can lead to inadvertent ADA violations. Learn what qualifies as a disability and how your business can remain ADA compliant.

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  • Next up: Month in Review: January 2019

    Month in Review: January 2019

    While you continue to thaw out from what was a really long month in Northeast Ohio, take a look at some of our favorite January articles from Mind Your Business.

    Whether it was our captivating topics or the polar vortex keeping everyone inside—readership of the blog was at an all-time high for the first month of 2019. Get caught up on some of the standout articles that had everyone so excited.

    Does your business team have what it takes to be successful?

    In the last of this three-part series, we take a close look at what defines high-performing business teams. Find out how the scanning of your internal and external environment plays a role in successful teams.

    Do you know what your business is worth?

    It seems straightforward enough but most business owners don’t know the answer to that question. Find out why knowing the true value of your business is critical to your success and future planning.

    Are any of these toxic behaviors happening at your workplace?

    From aggressiveness to intimidation, we’ve identified nine behaviors that can lead to a toxic workplace. Find out what they are, if your business may become a toxic environment and what to do about it.

    How secure are you in your business’ record retention policies?

    You know that the accurate creation and maintenance of business records is essential. But are you sure you’re doing it right? When it comes to the format, policies involved and identifiability, here are some things you should keep in mind regarding records.

    Do you check these three KPIs every day?

    Google Analytics can be overwhelming but there are three key performance indicators (KPIs) that are important to the success of your business. Here is a breakdown of those three KPIs and why you need to take a close look at them regularly.

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    NEOSA Sales and Marketing Seminar - Selling to the CFO

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    NEOSA Seminar Selling to the CIO without being DOA Part 1

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    NEOSA Seminar Selling to the CIO without being DOA Part 2

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    NEOSA Seminar Selling to the CIO without being DOA Part 3

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