Launching your own business might have been your lifelong dream, but this is not a destination, in fact, your journey has just become. Besides daily business challenges like taxes, staff necessities or marketing strategies, another crucial aspect should also consider is improving your managements skills. If you want your small business to thrive, you need to know how to guide everyone toward success. Let’s look at these basic abilities that can help you become the perfect leader for your business. (more…)
The Holiday season is the perfect time of year to celebrate your employees! This year, we’re excited to take the MyCorp employees on a Wine Safari, where we’ll be wine-tasting and feeding exotic animals to show our appreciation for all their hard work.
From gym memberships and apple watches to extra time off and whisking employees away in limos to surprise holiday parties, here’s how some of our small business experts are celebrating their employees this holiday season: (more…)
Starting a business is a hectic time in an entrepreneur’s life. There’s tons of paperwork to do, finances to get in order, and everything else that goes into launching a business. With everything there is to get done, it’s easy to forget a few crucial items. Here are four things startups often forget during the launching process:
More and more offices are moving towards an open-concept, family-style layout complete with sprawling work spaces and shared amenities. One of the most popular amenities of any large office space is a shared office kitchen. (more…)
They say entrepreneurs are the only ones who will work 80 to avoid working 40, but during the holidays, that simply shouldn’t be the case. This past decade there’s been a huge increase among forward-thinking companies, encouraging employees to spend more time out of the office, and some going so far as to sponsor paid sabbaticals.
So is this just a bunch of hippie talk? Not according to several scientific studies quoted by Inc. which include: stress reduction, heart disease prevention, improved productivity, and better sleep. (more…)
There is no doubt about it; the worlds of business and commerce have changed beyond almost all recognition since the turn of the century. Some businesses have yet to fully embrace the technological revolution, particularly smaller ventures who despite recognising the importance of innovation are failing to act due to the cost of implementation and a fundamental lack of knowledge. (more…)
Did you know saying what you’re thankful for is scientifically proven to be good for you? Saying aloud or writing down the things in your life that you’re grateful for boosts endorphins and improves your mood. So if you’re family’s like mine and likes to go around the table and say what we’re thankful for before eating, know that, although you’re starving, you’ll at least soon be eating with a smile on your face. (more…)
As education evolves, great leaders are in high demand. Luckily, good educators can work to become great leaders if they are committed to demonstrating high standards of work and ethics. Follow these tips to reach your leadership potential. (more…)
For small business owners, there are many challenges to introducing and growing a new company. How can you establish yourself in a new market? How can you attract clients? One tactic that can help address these questions, yet often goes overlooked, is corporate gifting. Corporate gifts are small tokens of gratitude that, given on appropriate occasions, remind the individuals important to your business that you value them. Done efficiently, it can benefit every aspect of your business. (more…)
Whether you are just hiring your first employees or you want to make changes to your existing payroll structure, you need to choose your pay frequency with care. Some payday schedules commonly used in the US are better for certain purposes than others. For example, a weekly or biweekly schedule is better for employees that work overtime, a monthly pay period might be cheaper and more efficient for the payroll processor and, well, one or two of them might not even be allowed in your state. (more…)