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Does Your Business Need a Code of Ethics or Conduct?
By business.com editorial staff | June 26, 2020

Does your business need a code of ethics, a code of conduct, or both? What's the difference?

Are PEO Payroll Services Worth It?
By Joshua Stowers | June 26, 2020

When you need help with your payroll, should you hire a payroll service or a PEO?

Why You Need to Worry About Employee Burnout
By business.com editorial staff | June 24, 2020

Employee burnout isn't a personal issue – it affects your entire organization.

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Why You Should Promote From Within Your Company
By Laura Spawn | June 24, 2020

Why is it beneficial for employers to promote from within the company, and what internal promotion options are available? There are ways for business owners to make the most of these situations.

How Offering Professional Development Opportunities to Employees Helps Your Small Business
By business.com editorial staff | June 23, 2020

Continuing education platforms are a great way to develop employee skills, boost morale and improve recruitment efforts.

What to Do When Your CEO Leaves
By business.com editorial staff | June 18, 2020

Is your CEO stepping down? Follow these three tips to ease the transition.

Electronic Signatures and the Law: What You Need to Know
By business.com editorial staff | June 15, 2020

What are the laws and best practices surrounding e-signature software?

5 Warning Signs You Need to Outsource Your HR
By business.com editorial staff | June 11, 2020

Should you outsource your company's HR functions? Here are five signs that outsourcing HR may be your best strategy.

What IRS Forms 1094-C and 1095-C Mean for Small Businesses
By Andrew Martins | June 09, 2020

The Affordable Care Act requires all eligible businesses to provide proof of insurance to the IRS. Both 1094-C and 1095-C are important parts of that requirement.

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How the Affordable Care Act Applies to Your Business in 2020
By Skye Schooley | June 08, 2020

Learn what the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is and how it impacts your business in 2020.

Dating in the Office: What's the Best Policy?
By business.com editorial staff | June 04, 2020

It's just good business to have an office dating policy in place.

Hiring? 15 Interview Questions to Ask a Software Engineer
By business.com editorial staff | June 03, 2020

Are you fluent in engineering? If not, here are 15 great interview questions to ask a software engineer.

5 Ways Small Businesses Can Safeguard Employee Well-Being During a Crisis
By Howard Goldstein | June 01, 2020

Ensuring the physical and mental well-being of your employees is critical for the survival of your business.

Why Your Performance Management System Is Failing
By business.com editorial staff | June 01, 2020

If your team isn't performing well, check for these problems with your performance management system.

HSA vs. FSA: What Impact Does It Have on Employers?
By Andrew Martins | May 26, 2020

The American healthcare system is expensive and confusing, but for most employers, the choice boils down to HSA or FSA. Both have benefits and shortcomings, so it's important to know the difference.

The Pros and Cons of Flexible Benefits
By Skye Schooley | May 21, 2020

Learn what flexible benefits are and how they can help you attract and retain top talent.

10 Ways to Track Employee Productivity in the Workplace
By Jayson DeMers | May 14, 2020

In this article, we explore what “productivity” truly is (and what it means to you as an employer), how to measure employee productivity, and how to improve productivity once you have a baseline...

Switching to an Automated HR System? Here's How to Prepare
By business.com editorial staff | May 11, 2020

Automated HR systems are key to compliance. Here's how to prepare for the transition.

How to Lead Your Team Through COVID-19
By Joshua Stowers | May 11, 2020

Homes.com has found great success with its new #WorkFromHomes program that prioritizes supporting its employees who are now working remotely.

The Power of Anonymity for Employee Feedback
By business.com editorial staff | May 07, 2020

Here's how to get honest feedback from your employees.

What Does Modern Leadership Really Mean?
By business.com editorial staff | May 07, 2020

Does a new workforce require new leadership styles?

The Pros and Cons of Having a Human Resources Department
By Skye Schooley | May 04, 2020

Learn how an HR department can benefit your business and when you should hire one.

Hazing in the Workplace
By business.com editorial staff | April 30, 2020

You can address workplace hazing with multiple strategies.

What Are Legal Support Services?
By business.com editorial staff | April 30, 2020

Find qualified law support services for your business before you need them.

Employee Motivation Programs
By business.com editorial staff | April 28, 2020

Keep your workers inspired by implementing an employee motivation program.

5 Tips for Building a Successful Remote Company
By business.com editorial staff | April 27, 2020

Build a remote company that runs like clockwork.

Hiring: Should You DIY or Use a Recruiting Service?
By Sean Peek | April 24, 2020

When it's time to hire a new employee, do you court job seekers on your own or hire a recruiting service? Here's what you need to know about each method.

11 Ways to Save Money on Business Insurance
By business.com editorial staff | April 23, 2020

You shouldn't cut corners when it comes to business insurance. Here are ways to reduce your insurance premiums without sacrificing coverage.

Paychex Launches Advance Application Process for Paycheck Protection Program
By Andrew Martins | April 23, 2020

As Congress moves to infuse more cash into the depleted Paycheck Protection Program, Paychex is working with online lenders to quickly get that funding to small businesses.

Stay Ahead of Competition With These Employee Perks
By business.com editorial staff | April 23, 2020

These unique perks can help you attract and retain top talent.