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Understanding Vacation and Paid Time Off Laws

Understanding Vacation and Paid Time Off Laws

How advanced is your understanding of vacation and paid time off laws? Read more to make sure you're prepared as a business owner.

5 Ways to Attract and Retain Young Talent

Young talent aren't looking for the traditional employee incentives, but you can attract young candidates with these 5 strategies.

5 Leadership Equations for Success

Brush up on your math skills. These 5 equations will set every business leader up for success.
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Dealing With Conflict At Work

Conflict in the workplace can derail projects, erode employee morale and have a negative impact on your brand. Resolving it doesn’t have to be...

10 Characteristics of Strong Female Leaders

Regardless of the type of business you're running or even the industry that you're operating in, to say that strong female leaders are important...
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The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

Do you know what your EQ is? Most people would agree that you need a certain level of intelligence to run a small business....

Upcoming Small Business Regulations to Watch

Advocacy groups, like the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), report that small businesses are responsible for nearly two-thirds of U.S. job growth. But...
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5 Innovative Websites for Job Recruiting

Ready to add staff but struggling to find the time to hire someone and still run your business? You’re not alone. One source estimates...
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The Importance of Continuous Training for Employees

As technology advances and competition intensifies, cutting-edge businesses understand the benefits of continuous training for employees. While employee training does require substantial investment in...
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Nonverbal Communication for Effective Leadership

Some experts tell people it isn’t what you say but how you say it that’s more important. They’re wrong. Good communicators skillfully use both....