Corporate Volunteering: A Top Tool for Employee Retention

A successful business operates with an understanding that people are its most vital asset–and its most transitory. Quality employees can walk out the door without hesitation as they find new jobs that are better suited to their values and lifestyles. This turnover is bad for team morale and expensive for businesses, with many studies showing that the View Article →

Protecting Your Business From a BSA Audit and Software Piracy Claims

In recent years, a growing number of businesses have discovered that missteps related to software licensing – regardless of how minor – are unlikely to be tolerated and will be met with relentless vigor. One of the organizations best known for representing and enforcing the interests of software developers is the BSA – The Software View Article →

Has Your Business Met its Legal Requirement Around Sexual Harassment Training?

Federal jurisprudence established clear guides indicating the need for employers to provide anti-harassment and discrimination training. Training has become one of the key ingredients to help employers avoid and defend accusations of sexual harassment and discrimination training in the United States. States are stepping up this requirement. Most recently, on April 11, 2018, New York View Article →

New Jersey Fashion Companies Capitalize on State Resources to Grow

The U.S. apparel market is the largest in the world, valued at over 360 billion dollars. However, the market has been disrupted by the rise of e-commerce, and is moving beyond established locations like NYC’s garment district. That said, like every industry, fashion businesses face hurdles while growing their businesses – including financing, hiring, scaling, View Article →

Eliminating Organizational Chaos: The First Step Is Admitting You Have a Problem

When you think about chaos, you typically think worst-case scenario—a company’s death spiral. But chaos is more common than you might realize. It’s what happens when a company—any company—operates in a way that’s siloed and disorganized. People, process, and technology are disconnected. Individuals “do their own thing. Chaos occurs when there is no time to View Article →