Creating Dynamic Culture

Do you have a culture that has your employees waking up excited to come to work? It can happen! In this interview with Tom Kellogg of ParsonsKellogg, he talks about some of the things he implemented in his business to try to create that kind of powerhouse dynamic culture. A culture like that yields more […]

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Consultant’s Corner: Can You Dock Pay for Salaried Employees?

Q. Are there rules for docking they pay for salaried employees if they are absent from work? Our answer assumes that you are referring to salaried employees that qualify for exempt status. There is a wide range of reasons and amount of time that an employee may be absent from work: vacation, personal time-off, illness, workers’ compensation injury, family […]

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Get the Most Out of Your Health and Benefits Insurance

Health and benefits insurance can be a valuable tool to help your business attract and retain talented employees. Because of how important these resources are, it’s vital not to rush through the process, and instead think carefully about how to get the best coverage for your business. Aaron Booth shares five practical tips that will […]

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Developing Entrepreneurial Employees

In any business, the people we hire make a huge difference. The right people in the right spots at the right time can push you to new heights, while a bad hire can set you back. A great asset as you organize your business for growth is building around entrepreneurial employees. Now, you might be […]

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The Power of Team Emotional Intelligence

You may have heard the term emotional intelligence, which is being used more frequently in recent years. One of the key ways for your team achieving success is understand and manage the emotions that are inherently present in each team member to reach your goals. Sean Gallagher of Influence Success helps business teams learn more […]

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Why Small Businesses Should Embrace March Madness

We’re midway through March which means we’re fully in the midst of March Madness, the single-elimination college basketball tournament that b-ball fans anticipate yearly. It’s also around this time of the year that the internet sees an uptick in productivity listicles, since the stereotypical sentiment is that employees are too distracted with games and fantasy […]

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Listing What Not to Do

You only have so many hours in the day and week, so using them wisely and productively is critical to helping your business succeed. For many business owners, the to-do list is a big part of their routine. It helps them know what needs to be done, and how soon. But have you considered using […]

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