Layoffs put retention on shaky ground at precisely the time that remaining employees’ loyalty is key to your organization’s success. Ignoring that "survivor syndrome" will only cripple morale further and generate more turnover. Communication is the key to overcoming it. Here’s how:
There’s no escaping difficult, dastardly or downright nasty people at work. There’s always at least one of them floating around. While you can’t control someone’s horrible personality, you can decide how you’re going to respond. That means polishing your EMS— enemy management skills. By killing your enemies with kindness, or at least identifying their M.O. and mitigating their effects on your workplace, you can rise above their noxious influence.
According to a new survey by SurePayroll, 81% of small business owners say they’ve never received outside equity or debt financing.
People who fail come from all walks of life. A handful of people, regardless of education, intelligence, manners, appearance or other obvious factors, rise steadily through the ranks and stay on top through fat and lean times. They are the types who, either consciously or instinctively, know the art of political survival.
Done right, online marketing fills your company’s pipeline with better
clients at a fraction of what print-based marketing costs. But are you
doing it right?
Running a business that you love involves some duties you probably don’t love—such as payroll, hiring and other HR-type duties.
When a computer breaks down at a big company, employees just call IT. But that’s a luxury most small firms can’t afford.
If you want your company’s web site listing to appear prominently on Google searches, your site content should be chock-full of important keywords for your industry.
You can obtain the best possible results from employment actions simply by performing them on the optimal day of the week, according to outplacement consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.