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When was the last time you updated your employee handbook? Employee handbooks are a valuable tool in the human-resource management of any company, but years often go by without anyone checking to see if the content is up-to-date. Recent employment law changes may have invalidated sections of your handbook, and new employment situations might not be covered at all. Review these 10 areas in your employee handbook to make sure that your company is safe.
Monday, 20 August 2012 12:48

Is Your Leadership Showing?

You are the leader of your company. But do you look and act like a true leader? This list of the top-five leadership qualities discusses how to become the kind of boss that inspires employees to give their all on the job.

Do you ever feel like you’re constantly working, but not even making a dent in your workload? Are insignificant or routine tasks, such as email, keeping you from...
Monday, 06 August 2012 15:54

9 HR Mistakes Likely to Get You Sued

If you’re business is prone to making HR mistakes—even minor ones—you’re likely to not only end up with poor employees, but some of these errors can also lead to lawsuits. Here are nine common HR mistakes...
Monday, 06 August 2012 15:48

Time to Fix Your Marketing Strategy

In today’s digital age, too many businesses rush to implement the latest web-based marketing tools without analyzing whether or not these technologies are actually useful for their particular company. However...

In managing the multitude of day-to-day details running a business requires, it’s all too easy for businesses to lose sight of the big picture. As your business gains traction in its market and sales start accelerating,

The NLRB has taken issue with some “at-will” clauses recently. Though they are standard features of employee handbooks, you may need to examine yours more carefully in light of recent rulings.
Pressure on big banks to be more active in lending to small businesses seems to have had an effect. They’re finally lending again, which is good news for small businesses. Loan approval rates by big banks in June were up 2.2% year-over-year, and...
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