Posts by Kim Piccolo
Let’s face it: For most business owners, talking about salaries with employees is uncomfortable. It can become even more uncomfortable when employees have access to information or systems that would allow them to find out salary information about other employees.
Welcome to the 21st century, where interviewing and hiring an employee means you may not get to shake their hand in person at the beginning of an interview—or potentially at all throughout the entire employee lifecycle. That seems kind of
Most small business owners put a lot of time—and money—into hiring. Just how much? The numbers might surprise you: At $8 per hour, you could wind up paying $3,500 per employee in direct and indirect recruiting costs (The Undercover Recruiter).
Ah, summertime. School is out, the city pool is open, and the ice cream man’s truck can be seen going down neighborhood streets on weekday afternoons. It’s a perfect time to relax and enjoy the sticky, sunny days… …Unless, like
Working remotely offers many benefits, but it takes a little structure and a lot of discipline to be a productive remote worker. These tips will help you make sure you’re using your day wisely when you work from home.
You may have heard that diversity in the workplace is a good thing—but more than nodding your head, have you considered why it’s an essential part of your overall growth strategy? Take a look at these facts from our article