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Talent Management: Hiring With Intention for Retention

Talent management matters. Don't waste time and money hiring turn-around employees. Read more on how you can ensure you're hiring someone for the long haul.
Increasingly, workplaces have a wide range of ages working on the same team. Read on to learn how to develop a company culture that welcomes all generations.

5 Ways to Create a Welcoming Company Culture for All Ages

A varied workforce fosters growth and innovation. Baby boomers, millennials, and members of Generation X and Z all bring unique perspectives to the table....
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Finding an Effective Management Style for Your Small Business

No two businesses will be identical in the way they operate and neither should their managing process. Finding the best management style for your business.
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Leadership Lessons Part 1: First Time Employers

Is it better to lead with an iron fist or a velvet glove? That’s a difficult question, especially for first time employers. Yet the...
Sure, you need to get the best out of your team, but being overbearing kills morale and independent thought. Read on to find out if you’re the dreaded micromanager – and how to fix it if you are.

Are You a Dreaded Micromanager?

Congratulations, you’ve molded your staff into one high-performance team. But at what cost? Are they motivated to come to work every day, or do...
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Big-Biz Management Style and Small Businesses Success

Smart management is the key to business success. From defining clear goals and objectives to engaging and bringing out the best in employees to...
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10 Tips on Retaining Valuable Employees

Talented, hard-working employees are hard to find and easy to lose if you don’t play your cards right. High turnover rates can drain your...
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Small Business Success by Exercising More than your Business Skills

If you're a savvy small business owner, you exercise restraint when it comes to spending. When you're trying to solve a tough problem, you...
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Tips for Developing an Employee Handbook

Every growing business needs a clearly defined set of workplace guidelines. If your once one-person operation is now a team effort, it may be...
Grassroots Movements Can Lead to Greener Pastures

Grassroots Movements Can Lead to Greener Pastures

See how businesses are using grassroots efforts to further their goals, plus tips for spearheading your own grassroots effort.