Recently, I have heard many business owners say that they should Hire Slowly, Fire Quickly. In my opinion, it’s not sound business advice.
Many business owners misinterpret the meaning which leads to bad business decisions which are significantly costing their business.
Before you decide to apply hire slowly, fire quickly to your business, you need to understand the risks and why it might not be ideal.
Employees are expensive. There’s no denying that.
However, did you know that in some cases, the cost of not hiring an employee can cost you even more? Read this post to learn three ways not hiring an new team member can be significantly hurting your bottom line.
Knowing when to hire an employee is essential for business success. Before you add each new person to your team, you need to make sure that you NEED that employee. Read more to learn four signs that your business needs to add either it’s first employee or another one to the team.
Whether you are a new business or a business that is ready to expand, you might be wondering, How do I become seen as the company where employees are jumping at the chance to get a job? After all, to fill your open positions, you must find ways to attract candidates and make them want to apply.
Whether you’re just starting to think about hiring your first employee, or you’re trying to find ways to draw more or better candidates so you can expand your team, here are three ways to attract candidates before you need to hire.
Are you thinking about hiring your first employee but you’re not sure if it’s the right time? Check out these seven signs that hiring an employee could be the right next step.
The act of delegating can be a challenge for many small business owners. Learn three reasons why you might find it hard to give work to your employees.
As a small business owner, leading your first employee or team can be a challenge. This good news is, it is a challenge you can get through. Read these 5 employee management tips to help ease your journey.
Whether it is in recognition for a work achievement, to celebrate a birthday, holiday or end of the year, or for a work anniversary, giving your employees gifts can be a great way to show them that you appreciate them and their work. Selecting the right gifts for employees can sometimes be a challenge. To help you with your gift selection, enjoy a list of items employee say they want and a few items employees do not appreciate.
Millennials are said to be a problematic generation in the workplace. Managing Millennials does not have to be a challenge. Learn tips on how to successfully manage the millennials within your small business.
No matter the size or profit level of a company, employee retention has become a problem for many businesses.
When top employees shift from enjoying their job to being dissatisfied in the workplace the impacts of this move can ripple throughout the company both before and after that employee turns in their notice.
Read the top three reasons why your business should focus on employee retention.
Have you been wondering if it’s the right time to join a mastermind as a small business owner? Being a part of a mastermind can have a significant impact on your business and help you achieve your business goals that seem like only dreams today.
To help you see how a mastermind will help you, check out these five reasons you should join a mastermind as a small business owner.
Facebook groups are a powerful and effective way to grow your business and your skill set. Each with a different focus, learn why you need to join these six amazing facebook groups.
Is one of your top struggles time management? With so many time management tips and techniques available for us to apply, there is one time management practice you can stop doing today. That one time management practice is multitasking.
Read more to learn why you should stop multitasking today.
Networking is important if you want to grow your business. To help you have the most successful networking engagements, please enjoy my favorite networking quotes and what they mean to me.
No matter how fantastic you are at what you do, you are going to receive a negative business review or comment at some point while running your company. Seeing negative reviews are going to happen, it’s crucial that you know how to approach the situation so you can react in the best way for your company. Learn more in this post.
You run a business from home, and your kids are home with you for either all or part of the day. Does this make you a Work-From-Home-Mom or a Stay-At-Home-Mom? Does the title matter? In my opinion, it does. I also believe that selecting the wrong title for your situation can hinder your chances of success. So, which one are you?
In September, I told myself one thing: I need a break from work. As an entrepreneur, I couldn’t just pause my business. I had to be strategic about my break. Learn how I was able to give myself the time needed while still moving my business forward.
Entrepreneurship is hard. You envision success, but the path will be full of challenges. How do you know when enough is enough? That’s why all entrepreneurs need a reason to quit. Do you have yours?
Work-life balance: I bet it is something we all want. The tricky thing about work-life balance is that the definition does not contain a checklist to measure perfection. In my opinion, I have a great work-life balance. However, I know that my definition does not match that of my clients or readers. Does that make any of us wrong or one of us better than the other?
In a society where mothers receive dirty looks for breastfeeding in public, the topic of expressing milk seems like a bigger offense. I have decided it is time to talk about pumping at work. I put together a list of the 11 things about pumping at work that I wish people had told me before I returned to the office after the birth of my first child.