New data from the job site Indeed.com finds the Midwest small business job market growing as this area is adding more employees than other states.
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Asking employees questions about their goals is an important step in figuring out where they may fit in your team. Start with these questions and come up with more to learn what new employees really offer.
The latest additions to the workforce are looking for different fringe benefits from their jobs. Here are four job perks to offer millennials.
LinkedIn is a good place to find candidates for an open position at your company, but you should be aware of the high rate of LinkedIn profile lies.
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Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council employee referral program ideas that can help your small business discover great employees.
What makes your employees quit, and what can you do to prevent it? Here are 5 tips on how to keep employees from quitting your small business.
US landscaping companies claim they're turning away customers because there isn't enough help to get jobs done.
Restaurant owners, in particular, are feeling the pinch from the Obamacare employer mandate and would be happy to see it go.
The NYC Fair Work Week laws are meant to provide a safety net to workers, but they could possibly lead to complications for business owners.
While job specialization plays a role in the business world, should you follow that path? Here's a look at the costs and benefits of specialization.
Not all freelancers are the same, they may have different goals and expectations. Check out the 5 types of freelancers ready to work for your business.