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Business Trends for the Coming Decade

Business Trends for the Coming Decade

The world is changing fast. Technology continues to evolve at rapid rates. The natural environment is changing in big ways. As organizations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation continue to make progress, fewer people are dying of disease in the developing world. In fact, it’s projected that by the end of the 2020s, the population will have increased by as much as a billion people. What other changes are in store over the next decade?

Four Tips for Working Remotely as a Business

Four Tips for Working Remotely as a Business

Deciding to run your business remotely has plenty of benefits including flexible hours, low overhead costs, access to more talent within the global workforce, and more. Naturally, these benefits also come with its own challenges. In times like these, remote work is beneficial and essential, but beyond these circumstances, you may determine that a remote model actually suits you and your business. To help you manage your business remotely, here are four tips for your consideration.

How to Maintain a Positive Environment in the Workplace as a Leader

How to Maintain a Positive Environment in the Workplace as a Leader

A positive work environment boosts employee job satisfaction and fosters healthy relationships between colleagues as well as management. Leaders must prioritize a positive workplace environment to minimize tension and boost productivity. Employees should never dread coming to work. They should look forward to coming to work, seeing their peers, and getting their work done. A positive work environment is one that is respectful, diverse, accommodating, just, and reputable.

What to Look for in a Secondary Location for Your Business

What to Look for in a Secondary Location for Your Business

Business expansion is typically a positive event. The desire to complete such action often means current locations are thriving and the demand for the goods or services the company provides is increasing. That said, designating specific areas ideal for branching out into secondary and tertiary locations can be a daunting task that could have significantly adverse consequences if made incorrectly. When looking to expand to a new location, entities in question should consider the following.