Since the financial crisis of 2008, U.S. businesses of all sizes have been working to weather an anemic economic recovery and persistent political and regulatory uncertainties. Lacking the agility of a small firm and the resources of a large enterprise, midsized businesses are especially vulnerable in a stormy economic climate. Read about findings from a survey of more than 1,000 owners and executives at companies with 50-999 employees to gain insights into their top concerns and challenges in key business areas including the state of the economy, competition and growth, globalization, health care reform, regulatory compliance, and human resource (HR) management.
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Top Concerns and Challenges of Midsized Business Leaders in 2013
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About This Report: This report is based on findings from the ADP Business Owner Study, an online survey of 1012 business owners , C-suite executives and senior-level executives in U.S. midsized organizations with 50-999 employees conducted in May 2013 by the ADP Research Institute®, a specialized group within ADP. This report reveals midsized business leaders’ perceptions and experiences with regard to the economy, their top business concerns, and their responses to these challenges.
Keywords: Benefits Administration, Compliance, Health Care Reform, HR Management, Talent Management
Business Types: Midsized
Roles: Finance, Human Resources