Stephen J. Bronner

Stephen J. Bronner

Deputy Editor

Stephen J. Bronner is deputy editor of Entrepreneur.com. He was formerly contributors editor. Bronner occasionally writes about food and fitness.

The Time-Saving Tool That Could Help You With Hiring
Interviewing

The Time-Saving Tool That Could Help You With Hiring

If you're looking to interview a number of candidates, do this.
Millennials 'Are Great Problems to Have'
Millennials

Millennials 'Are Great Problems to Have'

An expert recruiter says there's a clear benefit to hiring these young workers.
Why One Person Should Be Dedicated to Shepherding Recruitment at Your Company
Control What You Can

Why One Person Should Be Dedicated to Shepherding Recruitment at Your Company

Even when different teams have different priorities, it's important to keep the hiring process universal.
The Most Damaging Thing an Employer Can Say to an Employee
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The Most Damaging Thing an Employer Can Say to an Employee

No one wants to feel like they're stuck in a dead-end job.
What Company Culture Is Really About
Company Culture

What Company Culture Is Really About

It's not free food, a ping-pong table and happy hours.
Retaining Company Culture Comes Down to Hiring the Right People
Control What You Can

Retaining Company Culture Comes Down to Hiring the Right People

'What should remain consistent is the mission and vision, but roles and competencies change and evolve.'
Create a Consistent Interview Process That Includes a Test Drive
Control What You Can

Create a Consistent Interview Process That Includes a Test Drive

It's vital to have an interviewing process that goes beyond asking candidates about their resumes or posing brain teasers to them.
Why a Basic Benefits Package Is No Longer Enough
Benefits

Why a Basic Benefits Package Is No Longer Enough

Insurance and even free food is the norm nowadays. Here's the one thing potential employees really yearn for when evaluating job opportunities.
Your Employees Want Transparency. Here's How to Give It to Them.
Transparency

Your Employees Want Transparency. Here's How to Give It to Them.

'They want to know what the mission of the company is. It's not enough to say the mission is to make money or go public,' says an HR expert.
What You Need to Do to Hire and Retain Top Performers
Vision

What You Need to Do to Hire and Retain Top Performers

Having the best employees will translate into serving your customers better, and your business will grow.
Why Companies Need to Think Carefully About Onboarding
Onboarding

Why Companies Need to Think Carefully About Onboarding

You may have been sold on your new hire from the start, but they still have to decide on you. And that can take longer than you think.
How HR Data Can Help Growing Startups Make Better Decisions
Ready To Launch

How HR Data Can Help Growing Startups Make Better Decisions

'The sooner you start collecting that data, the better off you'll be,' says Namely CEO Matt Straz.
Want to Lose Weight in the New Year? Start by Conducting a Food Audit.
Personal Health

Want to Lose Weight in the New Year? Start by Conducting a Food Audit.

Getting in better shape is a popular resolution, but most people go into it without a plan.
The Case Against the Traditional Sit-Up
Exercise

The Case Against the Traditional Sit-Up

A recent editorial advocating the end of the exercise's use in the Navy physical exam makes us wonder if any of us should bother with it.
New Star Wars Film Is a Marketing Force Brands Should Study
Star Wars

New Star Wars Film Is a Marketing Force Brands Should Study

'The Force Awakens' is predicted to break box-office records, thanks in part to numerous brand partnerships.