Today’s workforce includes multiple generations – each with their own work styles and values. Learn how to effectively motivate a multi-generational team.
Category Archives: Employer Tips
Here are a few tips gleaned from the sales process that will help you create a winning budget season – and, ultimately, close the deal.
Get more done in less time with these 10 time management tips based on Benjamin Franklin’s proven principles.
There has been a lot of talk about minimum wage increases – at the federal, state, and local level. Just this month, Los Angeles, the second largest city in the US, approved an increase to $15 per hour by 2020. Employers in LA are required to increase their wages in stages – $10.50 by 2016, […]
How to use small business outsourcing to focus your energy on your core competencies and plan for future growth.
This employee onboarding process will help you guide new hires toward productivity and peak performance – and provide the resources they need.
Talent retention seems simple: hire qualified people, treat them well, pay them fairly and they’ll stay for life, right? Not in today’s employment market. Today we are facing record low unemployment rates and workers with multiple options for employment. Turnover costs time, money, and other resources. According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), […]
Boomers and millennials not only come from different decades, they bring their own strengths and experience to the workplace. Each generation has a particular culture, unique work style and their core values differ greatly. When boomers and millennials work side by side, or one acts as supervisor, they can play well together in cross generation […]
Talent retention seems simple: hire qualified people, treat them well, pay them fairly, and they’ll stay for life, right? Not in today’s employment market.
Understanding the difference between an employee and an independent contractor is more important than ever before. The federal government has recently increased enforcement of perceived abuse of worker classification laws. As a result, many companies have been penalized and are paying hundreds to millions of dollars in fines. Learn how you can protect your company […]