As your home business moves to higher income and profit levels, you may need to hire full time employees. However, many small business owners find that the tasks needed to ensure effective human resource management can be tedious and time consuming. Are you prepared for your new responsibilities?
One way to manage your time effectively is to delegate work to others on your staff or to contract workers you hire for specific projects. Learn how to delegate.
Setting examples and expectations works better than rules in the workplace. Rather than rules, have expectations. Learn employee management through expectations and standards.
From Jack Mitchell’s book Hug Your People: The Proven Way to Hire, Inspire, and Recognize Your Employees and Achieve Remarkable Results here are five principles on how to create a cordial, friendly, motivated and productive work environment
We have a former employee that has gotten his Certified Contractors license, which my husband nor I have, that wants us to be able to use his license to further our business interests. How do we go about this?
If you’re in the early stages of your management career, there are some basic ideas that we want to pass on so perhaps you won’t have to learn the hard way how to provide leadership to the people who work for you.
I recently chose to withdraw from a startup company prior to its incorporation. Approximately 2 weeks after this they incorporated and then sent me a release form that includes a non compete agreement. What are my options?