Employers that want to stay ahead of the trends should follow the best practices of best-in-class companies.
CEOs are watching carefully to see how any changes to the Dodd-Frank act would affect their business, either positively or negatively.
The cost of insurance is likely to go up for employees and their families under the new American Health Care Act, but businesses still have unanswered questions about what they can expect.
Mid-market executives are confident about the economy and their company's performance in 2017, and many expect revenue growth in excess of 5%.
While most mid-market companies understand the basics of optimizing their working capital, many still leave cash on the table.
As mid-market organizations face rising costs and stiffer competition, they're looking to productivity and efficiency as a means to boost their bottom lines.
While good leadership is often thought of in terms of things like confidence, integrity and passion, experts say executives can enhance their leadership skills by focusing on their "emotional intelligence."
Mid-market companies continue to invest in security technology to reduce their risk of cyber attacks, but research indicates that employees are their biggest vulnerability.
As new software solutions expand into all areas of the economy, tech continues to fuel mid-market mergers and acquisitions, and is expected to soar in 2017.
Mid-market companies are investing more effort and capital into enhancing their digital marketing strategies in order to compete more effectively with their larger counterparts on a global scale.
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