Choosing a new career is never easy, but most people want a career that will help them to bring in money for many years. You might not necessarily want to follow a passion, but you still might want a career that challenges you and makes you happy. If you're thinking of a career change, there are some great reasons to consider being an accountant, even if that means going back to education.
As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to keep your business as safe as possible and to ensure that all of your data is secured. Whether it’s through the use of security hardware, software or even a third party company to help keep your data away from hackers and cybercriminals, you need a variety of security solutions in order to protect your business and meet regulatory requirements to save yourself from being fined.
How’s business? A question many people ask and very often you’re not sure how to answer. The truth is that it has its ups and downs. You have great months and not so great months. It’s hard work and often you feel exhausted, you also love it and are optimistic about the future of your company. Naturally, all this is far too much to answer your inquiring contact with, so you say: “fine.”
Sometimes we have dreams and goals that we want to achieve in our lives. It might be a goal that forms part of a bucket list. It might be a desire to do something different in your life, or to change something drastically. Dreams and goals can be what keeps us going and motivated to succeed. But, do we do all that we can to achieve these goals?
Being an entrepreneur can be overwhelming, and when you are looking to grow your business, it can pull you in so many different directions. This is why hiring the right person becomes an invaluable skill. Learning how to hire the right person isn't just about putting the job on the right website, but it's about understanding how a person can fit into your business. How can we make our hiring process foolproof?
It’s an interesting question; are your employees harming your brand image? The answer could well be yes, and there are many reasons for this. So, to help you figure out if your employees are more hindrance than a help, here are a few ways they could be damaging your brand - and some solutions to fix them!