Lisa Huyhn

Lisa Huyhn is the Politics and Military & Defense Editor at BusinessPundit. She is a fiercely independent voter who believes in full transparency in politics & general government activities. You can reach her atOnlineDegree.com.

  • TSheets Review: The Best Mobile Time and Attendance System for Small Businesses

    We’re looking at time and attendance systems this week at Business Pundit. Our overall choice for the best time and attendance system for small businesses was stratustime. However, it’s not the only system on the market and while it’s brilliant for use in bricks and mortar premises – we did feel that for a company […]

  • stratustime Review: The Best Time and Attendance Software For Small Businesses

    We’ve been examining time and attendance solutions recently and we believe we’ve found the best time and attendance software for small businesses in the form of stratustime. Time and attendance tracking isn’t important for all businesses and it’s important to think about whether you really need it before investing in any form of software and […]

  • How To Decide Whether or Not to Outsource Your HR Department

    Finding all the paperwork in your business a hassle? Struggling to keep up with the mountain of management associated with employing people that isn’t directly related to the work they’re doing for you? Then you might want to consider a professional employer organization (PEO). A PEO essentially takes over the HR functions of a business […]

  • How to Hire the Right People For Your Small Business

    Hiring is critical in any business; get the right people and the business improves, get the wrong ones and it can have a serious impact on the work being done. It’s even more important in a small business where there’s very little room for error and a poor hiring decision can set the business back […]

  • How to Write a Vision Statement

    The vision statement, all too often dismissed as a silly marketing gimmick, can be a powerful tool for your business if it’s done properly. Here’s what you need to know about vision statements and how to write an effective vision statement for your business: What is A Vision Statement? A vision statement is a carefully […]

  • How to Make Effective Business Decisions and How To Learn From Them

    Want to be a leader or a manager in the business world? Then you’re going to have to be able to take decisions. More importantly, you want to be able to make decisions that improve productivity and impact positively on the place you work. There’s often an assumption that “decision making” is an innate skill […]

  • How to Get The Best Credit Card Processing Fees For Your Business

    You might not know it but everything in life except death (and sometimes taxes) is negotiable. This is also true for the credit card processing fees that your business pays but it’s not widely known and you will need to understand the basics of how credit card processing works to get the best deal from […]

  • How to Plan For Succession in a Family Run Business

    Succession for top management positions in any business isn’t an easy thing to manage. However, in family run businesses it’s not just the in-work relationships which might be threatened by poor succession choices – it’s also the family relationships which might come under threat. That means it’s doubly important for family run businesses to plan […]

  • How to Pick the Right Job For You

    When you’re trying to work out what the right career is for you; it’s easy to get waylaid about the wrong issues. People can get too focused on whether there’s enough money or whether they’re working for a big enough name brand rather than on what really matters. If you’re thinking about your first job […]

  • How to Boost Your Confidence at Work to Get Ahead

    It’s all too easy to let your confidence get dented but it’s not good when it happens. Why? Confidence has a huge part to play in the way that your career develops. When you feel confident and have a strong sense of self-belief, it’s been demonstrated that you more likely to set and attain goals. […]

  • How to Keep Your Employees Happy Without Giving Them a Raise

    Money isn’t everything; in fact research shows that beyond a certain point (roughly $70,000 a year) money doesn’t motivate people very much at all. So how do you make sure that your employees are happy, engaged and ready to stay with your company without reaching for the check book? It’s not as complicated as you […]