Small Businesses Unprepared for Cyberattacks

Most U.S. small businesses are woefully unprepared for cyberattacks, a new survey finds.

The survey, from insurer Nationwide, found that most small-business owners (78 percent) still don’t have a cyberattack response plan, even though more than half (54 percent) were victim to at least one type of…

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Homesick Scientists

Workers in the life science professions often travel abroad to pursue career opportunities. The problem is, they tend to get homesick fast.

According to a study from recruiting firms Hobson Prior, 43% of life science professionals who move overseas for a permanent job stay for just two years or less…

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The Creativity of the Cubicle Dweller

What type of workspace stimulates your creativity more: a cubicle, an open floorplan office or a private office? Employers everywhere would like to know the answer.

Accordingly, the pros at staffing firm The Creative Group set out to get it.

They polled advertising and marketing executives and workers, asking, “Which…

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Small Business: The Digital Divide

Digital marketing can bring big success to small businesses. So, why are so many doing without?

Clutch, a leading B2B research firm, recently surveyed small businesses across the U.S., and found that many of them are doing without a digital marketing presence.

The most common reasons cited were cost…

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Small Businesses: Can People Find You Online?

You can have the nicest website in the world, but without a good strategy for search engine optimization (SEO) people will have a hard time discovering you online.

Despite the importance of SEO, a recent survey from B2B research firm Clutch found that half of all small businesses in the…

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