Your business is only as good as the people you have in it. Successfully integrating new employees into the business will keep things going smoothly. Employee orientation and training programs are essential to maintaining your business’s mission and customer-oriented focus.
Companies typically spend countless time and money hiring the ideal candidate, but then tend to stop such efforts before the training stage. It's no secret training programs can be pricey, but are they worth it?
It's an oft-cited cliché, but the success of a business and a small business in particular depends very much on the talent and efforts of its people. It is both the individual stars and the solid working relationships between those...
Just because a small business can't afford to offer its employees the same benefits package as a large corporation, doesn't mean it can't come up with creative ways to compensate when cash isn't always available.
You are looking for the best employees you can possibly find. For some business owners, using independent contractors is the best option. This guide will help you distinguish between contractors and employees, and break down the pros and cons of independent contractors.