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3 Reasons Why Predictive Scheduling Laws Are Good for Business

Predictive scheduling laws are state and city ordinances that require employers to provide shift workers with advance notice of their schedules.

3 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy and Hardworking

3 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy and Hardworking   While money doesn’t buy happiness, it certainly helps. But before you think all that your employees want is more money, think again. Beyond perks, employees need a sense of purpose and belonging if they’re going to commit to your company. If you’re looking for long-lasting […]

How Small Business Owners Should Approach Conflict

 By Asit Sharma “Is it a ‘people’ problem or a process problem?” This is the question my manager asked me on one of my first consulting gigs as a CPA, almost 15 years ago. I was spending several hours a week on-site at a small manufacturing client. During a debriefing session back at the office, […]

Small Business Company Culture: Why You Need It (and How to Build One)

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Spend any amount of time reading articles or listening to people talk about owning a business, and a phrase you’re bound to hear come up an awful lot is “corporate culture.” Google spends a fortune on theirs. Business experts — you know, the kind that wear t-shirts with blazers and give lengthy TED talks — will […]

Office Space Investments That Pay Off

Office space investments contribute to a more productive workforce and happier atmosphere for your business: 6 ideas you and your employees will love.

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How Your Employee Turnover Rate Affects Costs and Morale

Regular employee turnover can be a good thing — but too much of it can cost a fortune in expenses and lost productivity, and hurt your company’s reputation.