Crisis is an opportunity for innovation. How can your business make the best of this situation and come out stronger than ever?
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted the federal government to develop economic relief loan programs. Here's what you need to know about the Paycheck Protection Program and an Economic Injury Disaster Loan.
The Paycheck Protection Program, a COVID-19 economic relief program created under the CARES Act, received $310 billion in additional funding.
As Congress moves to infuse more cash into the depleted Paycheck Protection Program, Paychex is working with online lenders to quickly get that funding to small businesses.
Learn about the benefits of remote work and why more small businesses may permanently integrate it after the pandemic is over.
Working from home can be challenging under the best of circumstances, but even more so in the midst of a global crisis. Here, experts share their best tips for working from home.
The Paycheck Protection Program burned through $349 billion in funding in just 13 days. Here are real stories from entrepreneurs who applied for funding.
Looking for the latest video conferencing trends? Find out what's new and available now.
In tough times, entrepreneurs, especially, need to practice mindfulness to keep their businesses running in a global recession.
Follow these six steps to protect your business's cash flow in uncertain times.
2020 is dealing business owners a number of unexpected challenges. Here are seven actions businesses should be doing right now to survive and thrive.
Stay productive with this list of helpful advice and resources from working parents and educators.
The Paycheck Protection Program is meant to offer economic relief to small businesses in need of funding to cover wages and salaries, but is it enough? Is more funding on the way?
Urgently needing to hire as the pandemic rages? Here are steps to strengthen your employee screening process even during a crisis.
To keep their businesses afloat, brick-and-mortar retailers are looking for new ways to reach customers in their homes.
As telecommuting becomes increasingly popular, having a well-thought-out remote work policy is critical.
During this time of uncertainty, it's imperative for business owners to communicate with their customers, employees and the media. Here's how to ensure you're communicating with all of your audiences...
Prolonged disruption to business can be less damaging if business owners and managers keep their staff moving forward with encouragement and high expectations.
In a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses and their customers are left in the lurch. Follow these steps to communicate effectively with your audience during this or any other crisis.
Talk about opportunities for innovation with all team members.