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.
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.
In this third part of The Entrepreneurship and Leadership Series, we will discuss the topic of self-awareness.
The level of self-awareness you have within your business will profoundly impact your chances of success. Learn more about self-awareness and why the skill matters when you are running a company.
To become a small business owner, you have to learn a lot when you first start your company. As your business grows, the learning never stops. It’s important always to be open to gaining more information. Learn why.