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Managing

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How to Reopen During COVID-19: Lessons From Entrepreneurs Who Have Done It
By Adam Uzialko | July 02, 2020

Are you ready to reopen your business? These tips from entrepreneurs who have already reopened during COVID-19 can help you plan ahead.

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Workplace Incivility: Why Your Company Isn't Fulfilling Its Potential
By business.com editorial staff | July 01, 2020

Uncivil behavior is a corporate virus that can damage morale and cripple productivity.

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Radical Compassion: A Leadership Lifeline During Times of Crisis
By Barbara Shannon | July 01, 2020

Radical compassion is the act of directly aligning ourselves and our mission with the moment.

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Creating Behavior Standards for Your Business
By business.com editorial staff | July 01, 2020

Here's why it's important to set standards for your business.

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What Is a PEO?
By Joshua Stowers | July 01, 2020

If your small business needs HR support but isn't ready to hire an in-house HR specialist, a PEO may be able to help. Find out what a PEO is and what it can do for your business.

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How to Implement Continuous Performance Management
By business.com editorial staff | July 01, 2020

Successfully transform how you conduct employee reviews using these six steps.

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How to Prevent Burnout in Remote Working Teams
By Mark Robinson | June 30, 2020

Follow these tips to prevent burnout, encourage open communication and manage priorities amongst your team members.

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Human Resources Management Glossary: Key Terms HR Pros Should Know
By Jennifer Post | June 30, 2020

These are the key terms you need to know to understand human resources management.

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Common Signs of Burnout – and How to Help Your Employees Avoid It
By business.com editorial staff | June 29, 2020

As a leader, you should take it on yourself to prevent burnout from wiping out your team. Here's how to do it.

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How to Run a Successful Virtual Meeting
By business.com editorial staff | June 25, 2020

Find out what to do to keep your virtual meeting participants engaged and invested.

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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.

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4 Ways to Improve Your Team Dynamics
By business.com editorial staff | June 24, 2020

It's not always easy to establish a positive relationship between workers.

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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.

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How the FMLA Applies to Your Small Business
By Skye Schooley | June 22, 2020

Understand how the Family and Medical Leave Act applies to your business and what you need to do to comply with its regulations.

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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.

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5 Tips to Get Your Office Back to Normal After Quarantine
By Robert Moutal | June 16, 2020

As governments look to ease the global lockdown, will your employees return to your office as normal? Here are five tips to reopen your office safely and adjust to the new normal of post-COVID work.

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Does Working From Home Save Companies Money?
By Baruch Silvermann | June 16, 2020

Many full-time employees in the U.S. want to work remotely, even after the COVID-19 crisis has passed. But can working from home actually save companies money?

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Company Culture: Defining, Building and Maintaining It During a Crisis
By Nick Bogacz | June 12, 2020

Businesses that have a well-defined and sustained company culture will be the ones to survive the COVID-19 crisis – and others that may arise.

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Cultivating Innovation in the Office
By business.com editorial staff | June 12, 2020

Here are some ways to make your workplace ripe for creativity.

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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.

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How Companies Can Change Their Culture to Attract (and Retain) Millennials
By business.com editorial staff | June 11, 2020

Do you want more millennials to join and remain loyal to your company? Here's how to recruit and keep this age group.

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What to Know About Bereavement Leave
By Skye Schooley | June 11, 2020

Create a bereavement leave policy that follows best practices and meets legal requirements.

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Focus: The Most Important Tool for Navigating Uncertainty
By Andrew Hoag | June 10, 2020

It’s important to focus on your customers, the features required to attract and retain them, and your team during tough times.

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The End of Rank and Yank: Management Practices Revisited
By business.com editorial staff | June 10, 2020

Many businesses employ a management practice of ranking and then dismissing a certain number of employees every year. Can this approach survive?

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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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Business as Usual No More: How Companies Are Adapting and Innovating Amid Disruption
By Nancy Harris | June 09, 2020

Companies have also been forced to not only rethink norms when it comes to their employees but also to embrace a new vision of what a collaborative and productive workforce truly looks like.

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The Small Business Guide to Employee Handbooks
By Dennis O’Keefe | June 08, 2020

An employee handbook, or staff manual, outlines your company's policies, procedures and behavioral expectations that direct your team's actions.

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How Your HR Team Can Support Your Remote Workers
By Jared Atchison | June 08, 2020

The shift to remote work means that HR must rise to the occasion to support both the business and employees. In the post, you'll learn the ways HR leaders can offer support to teams as they adjust to...

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9 Ways to Improve Your Office Workflow
By business.com editorial staff | June 05, 2020

Does your daily workflow feel hectic or like there's never enough time? Here are some ways to make it smoother.

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5 Principles for Becoming an Experimental Leader
By Melanie Parish | June 04, 2020

Elevate the dialogue around leadership. Give people a clear path to help them try new things, and create space for innovation with experimental leadership methods.