Did you know that small businesses create two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year? More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business.
Utah development leaders see potentially strong growth climate
A group of Utah economic development leaders are feeling good about the growth climate in the Beehive state, but there have also been enough changes during the past year to make it look a bit different. Read about what they have to say about Utah’s growth potential.
The emergence of St. George as a Utah tech business player
Read about plans for a tech-based working community and hear from businesses that may make a move South.
Ways that the best Utah businesses keep and retain employees
From safety during the pandemic to stock awards to company culture, the Best Companies to Work For in Utah, named by a local magazine, are doing great work despite the unsettled business world. Here’s a look at what they are doing right for employees.
Utah business expert shares knowledge on state’s recovery chances
Some businesses may be better suited than others to weather the effects of the pandemic response. A Utah economic advisor to government and business shares her thoughts on what to expect in 2021.
Privacy concerns should be high priorities for Utah businesses
Your customer’s data should be an important part of your 2021 plans to make privacy a high priority for your business. We’re sharing advice from a noted attorney and privacy expert on what companies should watch for as the new year continues.
New aspects of CARES Act may positively affect Utah businesses and workers
If you are a business that has been waiting for more relief from the coronavirus crisis, the CARES Act’s second round of stimulus may be just the thing to jump-start your company as the new year continues. We’ve shared some information from trusted sources to give you an idea of what new and continued programs are being rolled out to businesses and residents.
Encouraging more Utah women to stay in the workforce
There is a crisis related to the pandemic that was not foreseen: the first female recession. A Utah CEO is proposing some ideas to keep women in the workforce and thriving in their careers.
Taking stock: Utah business leaders talk talent for 2021
A group of Utah’s top leaders recently met to talk about talent trends in 2021, including ways to retain employees and even how companies should approach it when employees want to leave.
It’s always phishing season – ways Utah businesses can protect themselves
We’re sharing some information from the FBI that can be valuable to business owners in the Beehive State who want to protect themselves from cyber criminals using emails to run scams.