How to Save Time with Your POS System

If you rely on your POS system for time and wage data, that is some of the most important data you have, and manual data entry can be time-consuming—and ultimately very expensive in terms of using your time as the business owner. But there are ways to use your POS system and transfer all that […]

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Pay Attention to Passive Job Seekers

When we’re looking to hire a new employee, many of us focus on active job seekers—the people are out there actively looking for a job. But you can really benefit by finding ways to sell your business to passive job seekers—people who are not actively looking for a new job, but will accept an offer […]

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After the Millennials: Here Comes Generation Z

The Millennial Generation has been the subject of countless articles and studies, describing their workplace habits, life progression, consumer choices, and more. And now the workplace is getting ready to welcome the next generation: Generation Z. Authors David and Jonah Stillman define Generation Z as Americans born after 1995, and they’ve begun cataloguing some of […]

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The Benefits Employees Want

Employees and candidates aren’t just looking at salary and wage numbers. They’re considering the broad array of benefits that you’re offering. It’s important to offer benefits that appeal to the kind of people you’re looking to hire, while not wasting your resources on offering benefits that your employees don’t have any interest in. The ADP […]

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Consultant’s Corner: Employer Protection Considerations

Q: What do I need to do to protect myself from any wrongful termination claims or unemployment claims against my company? From a general business perspective, the basic ways to protect a business and owner (and management staff) from employee claims and other labor law issues are identification of the applicable federal and state laws, effective recruiting procedures, written company personnel […]

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Small Biz Stories: Who and When to Hire

The hiring process, knowing who to hire and when to hire, is different for every business. Simms Jenkins of BrightWave Marketing says that while experience has helped him get better at identifying who to hire, knowing when to hire someone is still one of the biggest challenges he faces. For some businesses, the question of […]

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Managing in Cyberspace

In today’s work environment, it has become a necessity for many businesses to hire employees or independent contractors who take care of their work out of office. Here are a few keys to help employers manage their out of office employees effectively. Managing your employees in an office setting requires a fairly common protocol. You […]

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How to Handle Wage Garnishment

Around 7 percent of employees had their wages garnished at some point between 2011 and 2013, and depending on a business’s industry, between 23 and 50 percent of companies have had to garnish the wages of an employee. This may seem like a simple process, and it may not come up frequently, but it is […]

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