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How to Use Inclusive Language in Your Small Business

As a business owner, you know that there are a lot of elements that have to remain in balance in order to ensure business success. Between acquiring clients and keeping your finances in check, things like the culture of your workplace can easily fall by the wayside. Many leaders do not recognize the importance of fostering an empathetic and diverse culture, yet diverse workplaces are 35% more likely to financially outperform homogenous ones. So working on creating an inclusive and supportive workplace is just as important as any other part of running a business.

How can you create a more inclusive workplace culture? A great way to do this is to demonstrate empathy in the way you communicate with your employees. Not only does this mean being understanding and helping them thrive professionally, but this also means understanding that your intentions cannot always be accurately conveyed. Even if you don’t mean to say something that offends someone, it’s still entirely possible to do so. That’s why it is important to educate yourself on the words and phrases that exclude others.Continue reading

How Can Women Of Business Protect Their Data?

Data Protection 101 for Businesswomen

Data breach is becoming a norm. Amid the threat presented by hackers, people and businesses are becoming more conscious on using the Internet. Many are looking for various solutions to make their time on the web more secure. Businesses, in particular, are investing more to comfort their customers that data they provided are secure and won’t be stolen by anyone. Businesswomen concerned over the threat of cyber hacking on their business must know more about ways to secure their business data. This article will focus on ways businesswomen can secure their data amid waves of data breaches.

Train Your Employees

Experts claim that security solutions are not enough to protect your data. They emphasized the importance of involving your staff to protect your business from hackers. Continue reading