Abra esta publicación para ver el enlace en espanol "An emergency plan?", you might be asking. Isn't that how we are operating right now? Well, not necessarily. At this point in the crisis, you have already activated a lot of alternative procedures. But there is still more that you can do. This is an ever-changing situation, so we can't be sure of what will happen. The truth is, … [Read more...] about Covid Tip #8: Business Owners: Have an Emergency Business Plan
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Today is Day #5 of our Covid 19 Tips. For previous tips, see our blog, Facebook page, Twitter, and Google Business Page. We will update and add to these tips regularly. The whole point of preparedness is to be ready for an unusual situation. The current coronavirus situation certainly applies. But, just in case you are tempted to say "this will all be over soon, so I don't need to … [Read more...] about Covid 19 Tip # 5: Organize Your Passwords
Employers: This is for you! There are some questions that are legally impermissible to ask in a job interview. Some questions are obviously impermissible, others are more "subtle". Examples of improper questions: How old are you? Will you require us to give you time off for certain religious holidays? Are you married? Do you have children? Will you be able to work when … [Read more...] about Employers: What Questions Should Not be Asked in A Job Interview?
Unfortunately, this is a big topic. There are many varieties of fraud and this post will cover a few of the most common, as well as give some tips on how to deal with fraud, and how to avoid it in the first place! This first blog will cover the fraud perpetrated by strangers.... the next one will give you some options in the case of a known perpetrator. Telemarketing Fraud: Telemarketing fraud … [Read more...] about The Many Faces of Fraud- Part I of 2
If you are a business owner, it is important to protect not only your personal privacy, but also your business privacy online. Don't post anything that could be a gold mine for a rival, enemy, stalker, burglar or identity thief. In particular, it is never a good idea to post your frustrations about your customers, clients or co-workers (even if you think they'll never see it). Don't … [Read more...] about Protect your Business’ Privacy online
It is important to be careful to guard your privacy online. If you are a business owner, you must be careful with what you post online about your business, as well as your personal life. According to Consumer Reports, enemies, criminals, rivals, employers, insurers, and some governmental agencies view social networks in order to gather information. Sharing too much or sharing the wrong … [Read more...] about Guard your Privacy online