Do You Recruit Online?

Recruiting and hiring new employees can be expensive, but recruiting online can be the most efficient, cost-effective way to bring in talented new people to your organization. Benefits of online recruiting including saving money, saving time, and casting a wider net for more potential employees. If you’re looking to improve your recruiting efforts, check out […]

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Do You Know the Most Common Workers’ Comp Claims?

Certain industries experience common workers’ compensation claims. Knowing these common claims in your industry is the first step to taking active steps to improve safety and reduce risks for your employees. Read this article, and the other articles in our series on workers’ compensation insurance, for a better understanding of some of the most common […]

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What to Do When You Offer a New Employee Benefit

Do your employees understand the benefits you’re offering them, and how to use them? Are you getting the biggest advantage possible from the benefits you’re offering? A benefit that no employee knows about or uses doesn’t do you much good, so whenever you roll out a new employee benefit, follow these 5 steps, including getting […]

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Good Relationships with Former Employees

Over time, employees will leave your business. But just because they’re no longer your employees doesn’t mean they can’t still be an asset to you and your company. Employees who leave on good terms, with neither side burning bridges, can become a valuable part of your network, an ambassador for your brand, and potentially even […]

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Watch Out for Ethical Violations!

The last thing you want is for your business to make headlines for unethical behavior. Take proactive, preventative steps to keep everything above board and above reproach. Our blog team takes a look at some warning signs of possible ethical violations, and positive steps you can take to stop or prevent these problems, including harassment, […]

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Embracing Sustainability in Your Business

A focus on sustainability—taking care of your local community and the environment—is a powerful force for attracting and retaining millennial employees. But how do you implement sustainability into your business? We have some ideas, beginning with taking suggestions from your team, spreading the news to your local community, and articulating your vision clearly. Learn more […]

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Guidelines for Fair Interviews

How should you conduct your interviews with potential new employees? How should they feel? What topics should your prioritize and emphasize? It’s important for you to know the questions you not ask, to avoid potential legal discrimination. Consider focusing more on attitude-based questions as opposed to just skills exclusively. For more on these and other […]

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Have You Prepared for Compliance Issues?

Are you worried about compliance issues? Many small businesses overlook compliance, but it’s a vital step to protecting your business, with proactive steps that avoid problems down the road. The key fundamentals for small business compliance include the implementation of an employee handbook, cybersecurity, and securing reliable service providers. Experienced professionals can be a huge […]

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Do You Know the Value of Your Employees?

If you have a good employee, you hope that they’ll stick around forever. But that’s not how things go, and over time you’ll have to replace valuable team members. To help you better understand just how important it is to move quickly to fill open positions, learn how to calculate the quantifiable revenue per employee. […]

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Your Employees Need a Break!

Fewer and fewer American workers are taking time off. A recent study found that in a single year, 40 percent took no vacation, and fewer than half of those who did made it a work-free vacation. There’s no getting away, it seems! But other studies have shown just how valuable it is for employees to […]

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