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December 30, 2013 Most small-business owners eagerly anticipate the arrival of the new year. We’re entrepreneurs—we’re not afraid of the unknown. In fact, we welcome it.

But we also try to gain every advantage we can. To that end, I’ve spoken with 11 experts and entrepreneurs to get their perspectives on 2014 and what lies ahead for your business.

Workforce Issues

Who: Raj Narayanaswamy, CEO and co-founder of Replicon, a provider of cloud-based, time-tracking software

“During the next year, SMBs will change the way they employ workers. Due to the Affordable Care Act mandates, some companies will choose to use more part-time employees to save money. To understand and manage the productivity levels of these non-homogenous workforces, companies will require additional analytics and control mechanisms.”

Original Source: AmEx Open Forum

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