This week, Congress is expected to vote on a bill that would significantly weaken the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act and let businesses off the hook for failing to provide accommodations for accessibility. The ADA Education and Reform Act was introduced by Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX), and was recently adopted in the House Judiciary Committee. It addresses the 1990 civil rights law that protects people with disabilities when it comes to employment; access to public entities, such as transportation; and accommodations to fully enjoy businesses, such as being able to go to a hotel without barriers to getting inside. The law allows people with disabilities to file lawsuits against businesses that don’t provide reasonable accommodations, but supporters of the ADA Education and Reform Ac
Google’s advanced verification requirements are going to start impacting more advertisers that utilize AdWords across the United States early this year. Prepare your business by understanding […] The post Google’s Advanced Verification: What Businesses Need to Know appeared first on ThriveHive.
Is employee turnover a problem in your company? If so, it's easy to blame the problem on any number of things – salary levels, benefits (or lack of them), size of the company, or your industry. These are just some of the circumstances that are often blamed for making employees quit and look to greener pastures. But often… Read More » The post Why Employees Quit Small Businesses appeared first on Small Business Blog | Business Know-How®.
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Facebook Advertising and Engagement for Small Businesses written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with John Jantsch About Facebook Advertising Facebook advertising for small business is a hot topic, and it’s gotten even hotter since Facebook’s been in the news lately talking about limiting people’s organic reach. This is something that’s been going on for a couple of years, and I think that this whole political storm that kind of crept up made them take it a little more serious and bring it front-and-center. In my view, the bottom line is that it’s going to sell more advertising, it’s going to make you more reliant on advertising. It’s not going to be an awful thing for Facebook; in fact, I tell people — half kidd