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Storm Clouds: Put a Plan in Place for Emergencies

Weather-related events and outages cost businesses upward of $30 billion in damages annually, according the U.S. Department of Energy. With the stakes so high, it’s crucial that business leaders, owners and operators have an airtight plan in place to prevent outages—and to deal with them quickly and efficiently when they do happen.

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How to Make a Mega-Risk Decision

Business owners and managers too often let opportunity slip through their fingers because they don’t have a strategy to handle big-risk decisions. This simple formula can help your company fearlessly leap forward in consistent growth and profitability.

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Who’s Keeping Score on ACA Coverage Penalties?

How will the IRS find out if an employer is liable for a shared responsibility payment? How will the IRS determine if individuals are disqualified from exchange subsidies because of an offer of employer coverage? The simple answer: Employers will tell the IRS.

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Real Leaders Are Imperturbable

Real leaders have the innate ability to remain calm in the middle of chaos. That ability is an all-too-often ignored skill among leaders, overshadowed by today’s seemingly increasing bombastic and egotistical outpourings.

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‘The Great Game of Business’ Taps Employee Spirit to Win

Improving the financial literacy of employees seems simple, but the outcome it generates—especially when paired with a competitive game-atmosphere—is outstanding. The forward-forecasting approach can engage employees and benefits the bottom line.

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Entrepreneurs Say Culture Impacts Bottom Line, Needs Improvement

Entrepreneurs recognize the impact of culture on their bottom line but 70 percent say theirs needs improvement. A new turnstone study of entrepreneurs finds physical workspace, employee collaboration and well-being are areas for improvement.

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