Monthly Archives: February 2011

What are the Food Sources and Function of Vitamin B?

B vitamins are a group of eight vitamins. They are vitamin B1 (Thiamine), vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), vitamin B3 (Niacin), vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), vitamin B7 (Biotin), vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) and vitamin B12 (Cobalamins).Together they form ‘B complex’. Each vitamin plays important role in the body. Vitamin B1 helps maintain healthy heart, … Continue reading What are the Food Sources and Function of Vitamin B?

Job Growth at Slower Rate-Report by the Intuit Small Businesses Employment Index

There had been a growth in employment in small businesses in August 2010. However, when compared with the gain in the quarter from January through April, there had been a declining rate. It was found by the reports of Intuit Inc. Small Business Employment Index that, the hours worked and compensation per employee were steady … Continue reading Job Growth at Slower Rate-Report by the Intuit Small Businesses Employment Index

Consecutive Monthly Declines in August Revealed by U.S CBIZ Small Business Employment Index

It was found that the CBIZ Small Business Employment Index was decreased by 1.01 percent in August 2010. According to the CBIZ Payroll Services, this was found to be a second consecutive monthly decline in employee payrolls within the small businesses surveyed. It indicates the cautious feature of small businesses. According to the data provided … Continue reading Consecutive Monthly Declines in August Revealed by U.S CBIZ Small Business Employment Index

Web-Conferencing by Small Businesses in the U.S.

Use of web-conferencing solutions such as GoToMeeting, WebEx, and LiveMeeting are being used by small businesses in the U.S. A challenge is provided for many web-conferencing providers. A report made by the AMI-partners in 2010, found that about half of the small businesses in the U.S. were using web-conferencing solutions. It was expected that the … Continue reading Web-Conferencing by Small Businesses in the U.S.

Small Business in terms of a Politician in U.S.A

The standard definition of a small business is the firm having less than 500 employees. This definition is given by the Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy. This definition is often used by the standard politicians. According to the SBA in 2010, 99.7 percent of approximately 6 million businesses with employees are small businesses. About … Continue reading Small Business in terms of a Politician in U.S.A