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- Small Business Loan No lengthy applications, documentations, or denial based on stringent FICO scores. find out more
- Merchant Cash Advance Provides you with working capital in exchange for a percentage of your future credit card sales. find out more
- Line of Credit Get approved for larger amounts of capital, but only incur cost on funds you draw. find out more
- SBA Bridge Loan Bridges the gap of the SBA loan waiting process, and provides you with the funds you need. find out more
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As a small business owner, you know from experience that employee productivity is largely based on the level of employee satisfaction in your organization. At the same time, you realize you don't have the unlimited budget of enterprise corporations nor the human resources department those companies have. However, there are some simple methods and tactics you can use to help employees get more job satisfaction and, as a result, increased employee productivity.
Give Yourself a Break – Mini Vacations and Where to Find Them
Small business owners understandably feel the need to be on hand and put as much time as possible into making their company a success, but a vacation actually helps you achieve this goal.
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