Job Hunting – Fools don't back horses - Creativity, Risk-Taking in Job Hunting. Stand out in the crowd. Read More
A look at change management in the workplace and how it can affect people. Also contains a guide on how to implement change. Read More
Where’s the line? When an employer hires workers an important question is whether the compensation they receive is subject to employment taxes. The answer depends on whether the worker is an employee or an independent contractor. This determination of the worker’s status depends on certain facts . . . facts which define the type and terms of the business relationship that exists between the parti Read More
Managing employees will be much easier if employers know what their staffs or workers want from them. Directing the feelings, attitudes, actions, and behaviors of a team is a big task. This blog post explains a list of items that employees want from business owners and managers. Read More
I just read an article on how love and spirituality are missing in the workplace.  It is a long article but very interesting. They explain that as essential Read More
As a business owner, you know your product, service, market and customers. But sometimes one of the most challenging aspects of operating a business. Read More
Generational cohorts prove helpful in understanding overall trends, attitudes and behaviors of a group. Managing or marketing to a group becomes more effective by using this knowledge to tailor your message and determine the method of delivery. Read More
Forget Monster, CareerBuilder, or Craigslist. In this super-competitive job market, employers have to go beyond just posting on job boards to make sure they're reaching top candidates. If you want to avoid sifting through a huge stack of poor-fit resumes, you might want to consider embracing creative recruiting. Read More
Getting a want ad just right can be tough. You need to get enough responses that you can find the best person for the job, but you don't want to sort through off topic responses. Read More
According to new research by the Federation of Small Business (FSB), two thirds of small businesses are in favour of removing the default retirement age. Currently, 85% of the FSB’s members do not use the default retirement age for their business and 76% believe that an employee should not be forced to retire and that it should be a mutual decision between employer and employee.
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