Author Archives: Alex Williams

Woha!! Have You Thought Of Starting a Business After Retirement?

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While, sometimes, your workday may seem too long and, in these moments, you just can’t wait for your retirement, keep in mind that retiring isn’t all moonlight and roses. Once they finally get to their retirement a lot of people suddenly realize that they have much more time on their hands than they ever wanted, but this is still not the biggest con here. The far greater problem is money. You see, your entire life you waited to retire so that you can take up a hobby or even travel the world, only to find that you can’t afford any of these. Luckily, both of these issues have a simple, yet elegant solution – starting your own business. With this in mind, here are a few business ideas suitable for people in early retirement.

Smart Guide: It’s Never Too Late to Improve Your Business

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Businesses are either on the upward trend or they are slowly plundering to liquidation. There’s no middle ground here. That’s why entrepreneurship is not as easy as most people think. As a business owner, you should always be on the lookout for the new trends and practices to improve your business performance. Even the small business entrepreneurs who run operations from their home won’t hesitate to introduce expensive wide-scale changes if they provide the adequate ROI.

Workers’ Rights! Startups, Don’t Ever Dare to Ignore it!

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Long gone are the days when workers were completely at the mercy of their employers. Employee rights have gained quite a lot of momentum since the 20th century. And today, they are a very important aspect in every single line of business. Today, there are more than 180 laws that protect employees to avoid discrimination in the workplace. You as an employee should always be aware of the most important ones among them. We have come up with 6 of them both you and your employer should know. It’s my gentle attempt to make workers aware of certain rights they can claims at the workplace. They belong to an employee and made for an employee.