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Get out and vote, small business owners tell employees NEW YORK (AP) — Reports of long lines for early voting persuaded Darlene Hollywood — she’s giving her 13 employees at Hollywood Public Relations the morning of Election Day off. “I don’t want people to feel they have to make a choice of, ‘I need to […]

How to Train Temporary Workers During the Busy Holiday Season Author: Paul Chaney   Many businesses hire additional workers during the holiday season to help with increased demand. This year, retailers are expected to employ between 640,000 and 690,000 temporary workers, according to the National Retail Federation.   Improperly trained temporary hires can present workplace safety risks. A […]

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Don’t write off inexperienced workers. Here’s how to coach your applicants as they come in, to make sure they end up in positions they’re well-suited for.

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28% percent of small business owners are victims of fraud each year. If you want to avoid being part of this statistic, read on.

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A poor approach to staffing can hurt the growth and financial stability of your business. Here are some helpful tips for bringing the right talent aboard.

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To maintain and attract a great workforce, business owners need to craft compensation packages that keep staffers happy and productive.

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Retail theft can seriously injure your bottom line. Here are some simple loss prevention strategies that every store should use to protect themselves.

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Every day you need to take care of the people who take care of your guests. Here how to manage your human capital to set them up for success.

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As a small business owner, anything can happen, and probably will. To that end, I offer a few suggestions to help fight complacency.

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Only 12% of private employers provide paid family leave. Most businesses, especially small ones, cannot and do not offer this expensive benefit.