Your HR person is there to help. Just don't ask for help with any of this stuff.
A Professional Employment Organization can make a business owner's life a lot easier. But as with any business relationship, it pays to know what you're getting into before you do.
The next time you hire a new employee, skip the interview and play chess instead.
Small business owners face challenges to overcome everyday. Some can wait until tomorrow or next week. Others need to be tackled, head-on as soon as they arise.
Using the Internet for personal reasons at work? Just don't be a moron about it, and follow these tips to keep the privilege.
Legally speaking, you can ask just about anything at a job interview. But there are plenty of questions that you should never actually ask, because they'll quickly come back to
For a small business, the right benefits package can make a world of difference. On top of offering the right benefits for your employees, it can be particularly important to cr
The options for bringing in some help for your business go far beyond hiring a full-time employee. While an employee can be a good choice in many situations, it's worth taking a
No matter how great your company is, it's likely that some of your employees will eventually move on to other opportunities. That may be costing you more than you realize.
Ever worked someplace that had an incentive plan (as in, "Hit these targets and you'll get a bonus")? Here's a little tidbit for you: Incentive plans always go awry.
If you sense that you're in trouble at your job, don't let the progressive disciplinary madness continue. Take action instead, and walk away on your terms.
A few weeks ago, I won a copy of Excuse Me, Your Job Is Waiting: Attract the Work You Want from Consumerism Commentary (thanks, Flexo!). If the sign above describes your job, then this book is for you!
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