The second round of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is now live. Learn about the details, business requirements, and how to apply for the new PPP loan.
Here’s some information about what contactless payments are all about, and why they’re so secure.
While not an easy decision to make, it’s possible that closing temporarily — and perhaps biding their time until a vaccine is widely distributed — can help restaurants avoid closing down for good.
Your front desk has taken on a different meaning. So how can you continue to create a friendly and socially distanced experience? Use these front desk best practices to maintain a relaxing atmosphere in your salon or spa.
Four steps to get your existing operational framework ready for your business to make a pivot during unexpected events.
How do you manage PTO during COVID-19? Learn more about unused vacation days, changing a PTO policy, and how the FFCRA interacts with existing paid time off.
Customer demand is fluctuating as businesses reopen. Use these operational tips to help you keep up with increased customer demand.
Confused by the COVID-19 guidelines for businesses? You’re not alone. Read on to learn how to reopen your business while still following safety protocols.
Providers are now confronting the challenge of reopening their business amid supply shortages.
Learn more about unemployment taxes, what to do if your employee files, and how the CARES Act expands unemployment benefits.
A shift in consumer buying habits and temporary store closures in some markets have some nonessential retailers rethinking business operations.
Small businesses may be eligible for PPP loan forgiveness. Meaning, lenders can release the borrower from the obligation. Learn more about how forgiveness works with the PPP.
Restaurants are leveraging their supply chains by selling groceries to customers during the COVID-19 shutdown.
How restaurants are coping with a new reality when it comes to supply chain management.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many small businesses to close their doors, but there will be a day when you can reopen. Here are steps you can take to prepare to reopen.
Whether it’s a natural disaster, a forced shut down, or shortages in your supply chain, unexpected events. The best place to start is creating a business continuity plan.
Whether you sell clothes or candles, bicycles or barbecue sauce, you can adapt to the current situation with these tips and resources.
We’ve compiled tips for managing your business — whether you provide blowouts, massage therapy, personal training, tutoring, tax support, home repairs, manicures, or cleaning services.