How to Hire the Best Assistant for Your Small Business Needs

As your business is growing, so do your responsibilities. You may be working out of your home, or maybe you just moved into a...

5 Reasons You Should Embrace the Freelancing Revolution

This is the golden age of entrepreneurship. Not only can many businesses ramp up and scale quickly through the use of web services, but...

6 Things Your Employees Dread at Work

It is no secret that many employees today do not like their jobs for one reason or another. A problem starts to occur in...

Make Your First Hire Your Best Hire

If you're running your own business and finding there aren't enough hours in the day to get all your work done, it may be time to hire your first employee. But for many business owners, that idea is daunting. What if you hire the wrong person?

Employees Asking for Health Insurance? Here’s How to Help

If you’re one of the 2.7 million U.S. small businesses that doesn’t offer health insurance, here’s something you’ve likely heard from employees: “We have to buy...

Is Your Small Business Conducting Exit Interviews?

Employee turnover is expensive. Human research professionals estimate the cost of turnover ranges from 50 to 200 percent of an employee's annual salary. Furthermore, an employee resignation can impact the morale and productivity of your remaining team members.

3 Biggest Benefits to Co-Working with Strangers

Co-working is a bit of a new idea, and is far different than having co-workers, which most people who have never heard of co-working...

How to Hire Your Next “Perfect Attitude” Employee

Hiring the right people is one of the most important parts of running a business. Think about it: Employees shoulder a lot of the responsibility for the success of their employers, so it pays to find someone who fits the bill from the very start.

10 Tips for Setting Rules and Guidelines for Your Interns

Your experience with interns can be a positive one if you provide excellent guidelines and training. Even if you are not able to eventually offer them a permanent position, your role as their corporate mentor and possible reference is invaluable to their future success in their chosen field.

How to Headhunt Great Hires—and Avoid Getting Yours Poached

Having a tough time hiring now? I’ll bet that almost anyone who does hiring as part of their job answers “yes” to that. Right now we’ve...

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