Susan Johnston Taylor

Susan Johnston Taylor has written about business and lifestyle topics for The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, Fast Company and Entrepreneur. Her first-ever job was at a taco stand. She's also worked as a singing princess for children's parties and in nonprofit communications.

6 articles

How 3 Companies Are Helping Employees Cope with Stress

Need ideas for how you can provide extra support to your employees during COVID-19?

How Companies Are Doing Virtual Team Building

Although you and your staff may normally do team building activities in person, you can still create engaging, educational, and fun ways to stay connected while working virtually.

How 3 Small Businesses Are Coping with Coronavirus

Small businesses are already feeling the effects of the coronavirus or bracing for it

Even as Labor Market Tightens, Experts Say Ageism Holding Small Businesses Back

The labor market for small businesses is tight as unemployment falls. But some experts ageism is still ane issue hurting for the workforce.

Small Businesses Find Fine Line to Walk When Workers Tweet

Navigating employees' social media presence can be quagmire, especially when you're a small business. Here's what others have experienced and learned.

More Businesses are Instituting Minimum Pay Thresholds. Is It About Good Policy or Publicity?

“We publish our pay so everybody in the company knows what you earn as you move up the ladder. There are no surprises."