Bad hires are costly. Therefore, avoiding a bad hire is always a smart idea. However, there is one critical thing you must understand about bad hires. As business owners and managers, we sometimes actually create bad hires instead of simply hiring them.
Read to learn five ways how to avoid a bad hire within your Small Business.
Are you properly onboarding the new employees you hire for your small business? Proper employee onboarding helps to improve quality of work and the length of time employees stay with your company. Read to learn more about why this is one step you cannot overlook when hiring.
Do you find the hiring process for your small business a challenge? If so, know that you are not alone. It turns out that most small business owners list hiring as one of their top challenges.
With your employees being such an essential part of your success as a small business, it’s time to move from viewing hiring as a top challenge to seeing it as an excellent opportunity to find the talent that is going to help you succeed.
Learn why you might view hiring as a challenge and how you can reduce that feeling.
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.
I have heard the story countless times. An entrepreneur has their product or service ready, they have spent money on a logo, they have informed all their friends and family about their company, and then they hit a significant roadblock. The name that they have used on...
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.
There has been a lot of talks lately about equal pay for equal work. One opinion that I heard was that working mothers are not entirely dedicated to the workplace and therefore deserve to make less. Hearing the opinion of working mothers deserving less really struck a cord with me.
It seems today that everyone is busy. No matter if you are a career person, working parent, student, or stay-at-home parent, many of us are guilty of letting a part of our lives take over every minute of our lives. It’s no wonder that there are often simple things that often do not get done because we are too busy focusing on something else.