Management

An employee referral program is a win-win for you and your team. Referral candidates tend to be well-qualified, since they’re pre-vetted by staff members you know and trust, and hiring referrals shows you value your employees’ input. Small Business Employee Referral Program To help you build a great referral program, we asked the members of
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Hiring, with its many rules and regulations, is a complex process to manage. If you’re planning to grow your small business team, you need a clear set of steps and tools to help you find the right candidates for the next job offer. A solid and consistent process can also help you remain legally compliant.
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The remote work economy is booming. A new infographic from nine2fivejobsearch reveals up to 50% of the American workforce could be working remotely. That number rose dramatically in recent months. At the beginning of the year, 5.3% of employees worked as full-time staff from home. And more than a quarter (29%) of employees had the
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Sizing up your competitors is a big part of small business success. In a nutshell, that’s what a competitive analysis is all about. This research will help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of direct competitors. Doing this kind of competitive research will give you a leg up in your target market. This article will
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Since many small business owners and their employees are currently working remotely, it’s the perfect time for entrepreneurs to focus on activities that can be completed from anywhere. Whether you’re trying to improve team communication or market your business, these tips from members of the online small business community might help. Use These Tools for
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As some states lift restrictions on business operations, small companies in various industries are preparing to reopen their doors. However, it’s not business as usual. Coronavirus Reopening Checklist In order to provide a safe and productive work environment, employers may need to take several additional steps before they get up and running again. Vicki Salemi,
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