Smaller firms tend to make the mistake of thinking that their business interests are not large enough to warrant a cyber-attack, but this is not the case. It does happen and small firms should do more to take care and protect their networks because cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly common. Too many managers think that they are too small to warrant attention from hackers, leading cyber security to take a backseat to more pressing business concerns.
In fact, research from the House of Representatives Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology showed that 1/5 of all cyber-attacks hit companies with 250 or fewer employees. Those that do get hit face dire consequences: 60% of them close with six months. Anyone in business is a target for a cyber-attack. Continue reading
It’s an unfortunate fact of life that while most employers mean well when it comes to their employees, they are not always educated or informed when it comes to the laws that exist to protect employees against discrimination. It is therefore necessary for employees to educate themselves so they can protect themselves and inform their employers of the applicable laws.
Here’s what every employee should work to ensure their employer knows. Continue reading
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is something most employers don’t think about – or, sometimes, even realize exists – until the day they are contacted about a complaint. As a result, employers make several common mistakes regarding an EEOC investigation in Florida and across the country that can worsen their situation or even guarantee they are dragged into court with a bad outcome. As with other aspects of business, there are some key steps that an employer can take to mitigate the damage and limit the trouble an EEOC investigation causes. Continue reading