As an entrepreneur or small business owner, you're the one responsible to build a strong company culture. Shape your company culture the way you want it. Don't simply let it evolve on its own without your guidance. Think of it as your company's personality. Are you happy with the personality your business exhibits?
Hiring, training, leading, compensating and retaining employees are among the biggest challenges in a small business. Browse real-world advice, tips and resources on how to build a great team.
Big salaries aren't the only way to attract top talent. Plenty of companies have other perks too to attract the people they need and retain them for the long haul. From opportunities to work abroad to training opportunities and even company wide BBQ, there are many ways to lure the employees you want.
Great employees are the key to your company's success. But how do you recruit the best and brightest and then have them sick around for the long haul? Check out these suggestions on how to build a team that lasts.
If one member of your team hasn't been pulling their weight for some time, it may be time to let them go. Firing an employee definitely isn't one of the easiest tasks a small business owner encounters but sometimes it's absolutely necessary. Here are tips on how to handle firing someone.
Think you're getting too old to compete in today's youth-centric world? You needn't feel that way. There are steps you can take to keep you current with today's trends and work to eliminate any potential age bias in your workplace.
High salaries aren't the only way to recruit and retain great employees. Great benefits are another popular option. Check out this upcoming podcast outlining how benefits can help you retain your best employees. See how affordable benefits can be by simply doing your homework.
If you're welcoming a new member to the team, to ensure they can be a long-term productive member of it is to introduce them to your company's culture and detail their roles right after they walk in the door.
Plenty of small business owners are worried about mandatory increases in the minimum wage no matter what form they take. While Christian Brim admits he's not in favor of such a policy, he also insists there are places small business owners can find opportunity here.
You may wish for a staff full of high performers, but you're unlikely to get it. The truth is that employees who go above and beyond your expectations, who wow you with everything they do, are the exception. They're not the rule. Here's what to do with everybody else.
Clear expectations and effective communications are effective ways to get more from employees. Also, consider being more transparent with company business. These tips will help you maximize the potential of those closest to your business.
No more waiting for payday. If your employees are asking for advances on their pay, a new company is giving those workers a way to access their money as they earn it.
More often than not, boasting that yours is a family-owned business is turning off American workers. A new study found that people in the U.S. would rather avoid these situations.