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Employees are the most important asset at any company, and employee surveys are a great way to tap employee ideas and gauge worker satisfaction. Surveys can net you valuable insight on how to plan your growth, and stem small problems before they get big.
Back in 1962, when there were limited alternatives for self-employed individuals interested in starting their own pension funds, Congress created the Keogh plan as a new type of self-directed retirement program. A lot has changed in the world of retirement plans since then, but the Keogh is still around.
Many working people have disabilities, some of which are more visible or disabling than others. An employee who wears bifocals and enlarges computer type to see better is someone overcoming a disability.
Promotional plaques and other awards in the workplace can tell employees their work is noticed and valued. More than just a pat on the back or money that's quickly spent, a seemingly simple piece of engraved wood or gift certificate can provide a visual reminder to the recipient and those around them that you're paying attention.
Although it often seems like you have to do a job yourself if you want it done right, you'll find you can get more done — and be less stressed — if you share the joy with others on your team. Delegation isn't really the hassle you think it is.
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Employee scheduling is one of the most important aspects of your daily operation. Not only do you need to ensure the work gets done, but that the time working is tracked properly.
Many small business owners think they can't afford to offer employee benefits. In reality, small businesses can't afford not to offer a benefits package of some type.
English is pretty much the language of global business, even the language of Europe's boardrooms and Asian b-schools these days. Yet learning a second or even third language could make a huge difference if your company is facing foreign suppliers, contractors, partners or, increasingly, customers right here at home.
For business owners and managers, safety is paramount to productivity. Guidelines from OSHA will help get you on the right track, but meeting OSHA requirements and building safety requirements isn’t always enough to completely safeguard your employees.
The job market can be a scary place. A virtual obstacle course, it’s competitive, hard to navigate and full of potential pitfalls.
Employee recognition awards are powerful motivators in the workplace – both for those who receive these employee awards, and for other employees, who see the concrete proof that hard work does truly pay off, but also promote employee loyalty, and professional and personal satisfaction levels. The top three things to know about employee recognition awards: 1) Corporate recognition awards inspire all of your employees (not only the gift recipients).
We have all heard it before. Talent attracts talent.
Human resources are a vital part of any business, regardless of the size. Your small business may require professional human resource experts if you have additional employees or are required to withhold taxes. Human resource experts are generally worth the added expense, as they can help you find potential labor problems or other legal issues before they affect your bottom line.
Many companies employ human resource departments to help oversee payroll concerns, scheduling, vacations, employee relations, the hiring process and the accrual of sick time. Human resource managers can also verify legal information related to the Family Medical Leave Act, COBRA health coverage and other key matters. Your small business may not face these concerns on a regular basis, but including at least one expert on your management staff can help alleviate or prevent problems that may arise.
Human resources is also an industry term that covers all employees, regardless of their positions within the company. This is rarely used anymore, as labor pool and workforce have come to replace that less accurate term. Terms such as these are constantly updated as marketplaces evolve. Business.com remains a great source for the latest information on human resources and other insights for your small business.
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