Staffing & HR

How to Conduct Effective Employee Surveys That Will Improve Your Business

By Andy Bailey For B2B companies, team members are one of the main reasons clients turn into repeat buyers. Without great team members, client service and operational execution suffer, which means your business will also suffer. It’s as simple as that. As competition increases in the B2B world and products and services become more commoditized, …

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5 Steps to Hiring (and Retaining) the Best Employees for Your Small Business

By Christine Alemany One of our clients introduced me to a new hire. My immediate thought was the client had hired a chief revenue officer because I could tell right away that he was a great salesperson. However, I was wrong. He was hired to be the chief marketing officer. As a marketer, I could …

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How to Effectively Manage Remote Employees: Lessons Learned From Apple and Google

By Denis Kryukov Although the world of large corporations may be different from the world of small business, there are still many lessons smaller companies can learn from organizations like Apple and Google. One of these valuable insights concerns remote teams and how to organize and manage them. Remote teams are more than “the same …

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Toxic Employees Can Have Deadly Consequences for Your Business

Toxic employees are like any other dangerous substance; in the context of a business, they can poison a workplace. What may have once been a congenial group of employees can seemingly turn into a renegade band in which no one has any loyalty to the company or even cares what happens in the future as …

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The DOL Proposed Overtime Rule: Will Your Company Be in Compliance?

By Tonya Fletcher Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published a proposed rule that would make nearly a million workers eligible to receive overtime pay. The proposed rule is for white-collar exemptions to overtime, which refers to employees with duties that primarily involve executive, administrative, or professional responsibilities as defined by the …

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