Don't just rely on one recruitment website if you want to advertise a job opening at your business. Be sure to get the word out on multiple platforms. And don't forget word of mouth. That's one of the best ways to find top candidates when... Continue
Writing a job posting is the first step to hiring the right employees. You want to start by introducing your company. Talk about the awesome projects your business works on. Who your business works with and what the benefits are for... Continue
Kelly Spors, Alexander Huls, Julie Bawden-Davis, Kathy Simpson
For most small business owners, the decision to hire more employees is not a quick or easy one. In fact, while the labor market has made a huge comeback in recent years, many business owners struggle to find qualified employee or are... Continue
As the old adage goes, "You never get a second chance to make a first impression." Yet the hiring process for new employees is just the beginning of what you, as a small business owner, hope will be long and fruitful relationships with... Continue
Hiring the right employees at the right time has a huge impact on whether a growing business can make it in the long run, but many small business owners have little to no hiring experience. The first person they'll ask to work for their... Continue
The future of work is remote work.
Gone are the days when everyone punched timecards and clocked in. In those days, managers would dedicate part of their day to monitoring employee attendance, while employees wasted productive hours... Continue
Revenue is the lifeblood of any business. Without money, you can't keep your doors open. There are a lot of ways to avoid that fate. For small businesses dependent on sales, one of the best ways is to hire exceptional salespeople.
Before you sign a contract with a third-party logistics provider or even with a new cleaning service, you probably ask for some case studies, read reviews online, or at least check their Better Business Bureau rating. Even when choosing a... Continue
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has strict laws in place to protect job candidates and employees from discrimination. You should avoid asking job interview questions about age, disability, genetic information, race... Continue