Recruiting and hiring top employees for your small business can be challenging — especially when you’re competing against large, thriving companies who can offer more financial incentives.
Struggling to keep on top of required labor law postings? Consider this catchy 5-letter prompt to remember what, when and where to post: Post the Proper Posters Prominently, and Protect Them.
They say one of the best-run organizations in the world is the U.S. Army — largely due to its leadership, structured environment and strict rules. While the Army has a rule book dictating nearly everything, your business probably doesn’t need anything that drastic. A well-thought-out employee handbook should do the trick — one that clearly sets expectations.
Everyone needs time off from work once in a while to take care of personal matters, relax or recover from illness. Offering paid time off to employees provides a desirable benefit that can help you attract and retain good people. But what is the best way to track and manage your employee time off policy?