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Weekly Hourly Hiring Report 1/26/22

Businesses look past Omicron, focus on hiring for long-term success.

Weekly Hourly Hiring Report 1/20/22

How COVID-19 and the Omicron variant is affecting hourly work to start out 2022

Mathieu Stevenson |

Will there be more Covid relief money for small businesses in 2022?

It’s still early in the deliberation process, but there is a bipartisan effort to grant new Covid relief funds for qualifying small businesses. Not sure what this means? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Spot the difference: Black Friday 2021 vs Black Friday 2020

Black Friday may not be an official holiday. But, for better or worse, it’s become one of the most important days of the year. This is especially true if you are a small business owner!

What to do if your business is denied a PPP loan

Many small businesses have applied for a PPP loan during the pandemic. But a surprising amount have been denied. This article will help you figure out what you can do if you're denied, as well as give some background on PPP loans in general.

Small Business Association Provides $2.7 Million to Women Business Centers

If you are a female business owner struggling to keep your business open, you need a strong support group. There are many options available for women-owned businesses, including millions of dollars in grants for companies founded & owned by women.

2021 Small Business Holiday Hiring: It’s Time to Hire Employees Right Away

Small businesses are in a massive time crunch to start hiring employees for the holidays. And it’s not just large conglomerates taking all the good employees; other small businesses are also in the market for excellent workers.

Predictions for Labor Day 2021

What will the coming holiday weekend mean for your business? See our predictions for consumer behavior as the summer comes to an end.

What happened to the Restaurant Revitalization Fund?

The Independent Restaurant Coalition has filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act, demanding to know how the SBA distributed billions of dollars that were earmarked for restaurants, bars, caterers and other food-based businesses.

Tom Quinn |