Employees, managers and executives should share a common goal: improve how the workplace operates. Improving operations doesn’t always mean by increasing sales or strategizing the organizations’ next business move. Sometimes, it can mean focusing on employee engagement and satisfaction, both of which depend on ethical topics and can lead to enhanced performance. Many organizations understand
Accountants enjoy a strong salary and job outlook. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual wage for accountants and auditors is $68,150, and employment is expected to grow 10 percent by 2026. Both figures are higher than the average for all occupations ($37,040 and 7 percent). In an effort to develop
Ninety percent of employers offer some version of paid time off (PTO) to full-time employees, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. Although offering PTO plans to employees is not required by law, these benefits can drastically improve the quality of company life. Because small businesses have no shortage of options when it comes to structuring
With unemployment at its lowest point since 2008 and modest gains projected for 2015, it’s clear that the U.S. economy has picked up momentum. Much of that momentum has to do with the growth of startup companies. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, 49 percent of private sector employment was attributed to small businesses
Alternative business programs like our Master of Science in Management (MSM) at Brescia University require less work experience and are much more affordable than traditional MBA programs. Many younger students are choosing these programs due to these reasons, making graduate management degrees more and more common in the marketplace. But what exactly is a MSM degree and what makes it different from an MBA?