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Ways to Improve Healthcare Customer Satisfaction

[Today's article was written by Lindsey Dahlberg.] Many people in the health industry have neglected the customer experience for far too long. It’s been easy to believe that specialized knowledge will allow your business to succeed. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy

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Posted in Customer Service, Doing Business, Start a Business

Seven Scams Small Business Owners Should Know and Avoid

[Today guest post was written by Juli Richardson.] It is an unfortunate truth that small businesses are most frequently targeted by scammers. According to a survey done by Reuters, 31.8% of small business owners fall victim to some sort of fraud. Small

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Posted in Business Finance, Start a Business, Tools for Small Business

Ergonomics: Five Ways to Increase Employee Safety and Decrease Cost

[Today's guest article was written by Kara Masterson, a business writer from Utah.] Ergonomics is the science of making common tasks more comfortable. It is big business for companies that design ergonomic products and services, but it can also be

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Posted in Doing Business, Employees

3 Tips to Make a Small Business Attractive to Buyers

[Today's guest post was written by Dave Gillian.] You came up with the business plan, ordered the inventory, hired the employees, and launched your first-ever company. But now, it’s time to sell the business and move on to greener pastures. Just

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Posted in Business Finance, Doing Business, Marketing, Tools for Small Business

Affordable Care Act 101: Eight of the Most Puzzling Questions Answered

[This week's guest post was written by Brionna Kennedy.] When President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law on March 23, 2010, many business owners worried about the financial impact of the new law. The 900 page law is confusing,

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Posted in Employees, Tools for Small Business
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