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Why Stop at Relocation?
By David Reid | April 04, 2017

Offering de-location benefits is the next step

Creating Mindfulness for You and Your Company
By Lynette Reed | March 28, 2017

Mindfulness creates a workplace environment that changes the way you do business

Top 10 Most Effective HR Solutions for 2017
By George Beall | March 17, 2017

HR can present a daunting amount of work for businesses of any size

Entrepreneurs Name the 12 Best Intranet Platforms
By Scott Gerber | February 07, 2017

These YEC members share their picks for the best intranet platforms.

3 Essential Elements You Need When Empowering Your Staff
By Cameron Martel | January 27, 2017

Everyone benefits when a company’s culture empowers its people.

How Open Office Plans Affect Workplace Productivity
By Dan Scalco | January 15, 2017

Learn the pros and cons of working in an open office

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Tips To Create An Ethical Business Culture
By Justin O. Walker | January 10, 2017

Forty-one percent of U.S. workers reported unethical or illegal misconduct while at work

Understanding the Growing Importance of Work-Life Integration
By Stuart Hearn | January 02, 2017

Why work-life balance is no longer good enough for business

EEOC Recommendations For Individualized Assessments
By Brett McIntyre | December 17, 2016

An employer should consider whether the criminal record has a relevance to the job at hand

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The 5 Most Important Qualities You Must Have in Your CTO
By Alexey Chalimov | December 11, 2016

The long road to the success of your startup begins with building the right team

The Digital Shift: Embracing New Technology and Engaging Your Employees
By Ted Novak | December 07, 2016

New technology can help you foster a culture that can retain and grow a talented team.

Are You an Introvert? You Can Still Be a Great Leader
By Michael Henman | November 15, 2016

5 Tips for Introverts

7 Things You Should Know About Competition in the Workplace
By Gal Rimon | November 10, 2016

When Does Friendly Competition Drive Employee Motivation and When Does it Kill It?

12 Ways to Use Slack to Be More Productive
By Scott Gerber | October 28, 2016

Slack helps teams of all sizes communicate effectively. Learn how you can use the app.

9 Reasons Why Encouraging Fitness in the Office is Beneficial
By Charles Crawford | October 03, 2016

Fitness is an important part of life, which can positively affect your career success

International Business Law 101: 5 International Business and Trade Law “Gotchas”
By John Morabito | September 23, 2016

Doing business internationally? Here are five things international business lawyers want you to know before doing business abroad.

Covering Your Bases: Key Legal Considerations for Startups
By Fred Cohen | September 20, 2016

Launching a new business can be both fun and exciting, but be sure to consider these legal issues that are often overlooked.

Why HR's Organizational Structure Matters
By business.com editorial staff | September 06, 2016

As the Human Resources function evolves to become a stronger, more strategic partner to the business, new priorities continue to shape what we do and how we do it. Does your structure enable...

The 7 HR Mistakes That’ll Cost You Big
By Sarah Landrum | August 22, 2016

Everyone makes mistakes that are potentially costly, but in human resources, it’s especially important to error-proof your actions.

How are job titles used to encourage loyalty and recognize growth while keeping an organization relatively flat?
By Julia Schlueter | 12 Answers | Last Activity on August 18, 2016

We've hired fairly seasoned employees to head up and grow specific departments. These employees are asking for more senior level titles without corresponding people management responsibility. They...

Keeping People Upright: Protecting Your Business from Premises Liability Lawsuits
By Fred Cohen | July 28, 2016

Neglecting upkeep on your premises can be a major risk to your company's bottom line.

What is the best interval for giving employee reviews?
By Jeff Harris | 21 Answers | Last Activity on July 05, 2016

When I worked in the corporate world, the large organizations I worked for always did reviews annually. I tend to think this isn't frequent enough. I don't think it gives employees enough input...

Watch Your Back: How to Fire Someone Without Getting Sued
By Suzanne Lucas | May 09, 2016

You know that the firing was legal, but that doesn't mean a lawyer won't take up the case, and you could end up in court. Reduce your odds.

Operating Without Insurance? 7 Types of Business Insurance You Need to Know About Right Now
By Genia Stevens | April 27, 2016

Business insurance is important because there are many threats and risks that can harm your operation. Here are 7 you need to know now.

What Happens When You Hire an Employment Lawyer?
By Suzanne Lucas | April 27, 2016

Employment law is complex. It changes all the time. Lots of laws are state specific. You need an employment lawyer. Here's what to know.

Do Nice Businesses Finish First? The Perils of a Toxic Culture
By Robert Glazer | April 13, 2016

Even a company with a good product in a high-growth industry cannot achieve success if leadership creates a toxic company culture.

Follow the Leader: 7 Employee Motivation and Retention Strategies Used by Tech Giants
By Michael Rogers | April 07, 2016

The goal of every motivation and retention strategy is to keep the valuable employees of a company from leaving for the competition.

Divorce Is a Business Threat: Protecting Your Company With a Prenup
By Erik Episcopo | April 01, 2016

Discussing whether your business should be separate or marital property with your partner may not be romantic, but is absolutely necessary.

Workplace Accidents: How to Avoid Them and What to Do When They Happen
By Simon Brisk | March 24, 2016

The truth about workplace accidents, how to avoid them, and what to do if they happen.

Time Is Money: The 10 Best Time Tracking Tools for Freelancers
By James Richman | March 16, 2016

The traditional model of employment, including the good, old-fashioned nine-to-five office job, are coming under fire.