Human Resources

Managing Employees

Weeding the Employee Garden

4 tips to help you get rid of people who don't jive with the company culture
Human Resources

Retirement: What's That?

Though you may never stop working, here are 5 tips to ensure financial stability.
Managing Employees

Candid Talk From Both Sides of the Health-Care Issue

An employee and an HR exec at a Midwestern financial services company spar over the cost of health-care coverage.
Managing Employees

The 40-Year-Old Intern

Midlife career crisis? Laid off? In transition? Here's how to test-drive your fantasy job.
Compensation and Benefits

Don't Kill Your 401(k)

New rules allow small businesses to suspend--rather than terminate--their plans.
Prioritize the Customer Experience
Training

Prioritize the Customer Experience

Communicate your company standards clearly or your employees might make their own.
How to Respectfully Terminate Employees
Managing Employees

How to Respectfully Terminate Employees

These 4 tips will help avoid lawsuits and keep your reputation intact.
Managing Employees

Why Should Your Employees Like You?

Use these 5 tips to gain respect from your team and boost your bottom line.
Human Resources

4 Business Lessons from NASCAR

You're the driver, the car's your business--now learn how to finish first.
Employer Resource Center
Hiring Center

Employer Resource Center

Looking to hire employees for your business? Entrepreneur's Employer Resource Center has all the tips and articles to help you find the right employee for your business.
Employment Law

5 Ways to Protect Yourself During Layoffs

Implementing structured hiring, training and review processes can prevent a lawsuit.
Hiring Center

Find the Right Person in 6 Steps

The market has changed, but smart hiring strategies are timeless.
Human Resources

5 Employee Motivation Myths Debunked

Recognition--not money--is the real motivator in a down economy.
Human Resources

What to Know Before Hiring a Freelancer

Use these 6 tips to get the most from temporary talent.
Managing Employees

5 Ways to Ease the Pain of Layoffs

Handle cuts gracefully and your remaining team will respect you.
Managing Employees

Layoffs: Who Stays, and Who Goes?

Assess what makes your company profitable, and who makes it happen.
Managing Employees

Trim Costs By Sending Workers Home (To Work)

Rather than think outside the box, you might want to think outside the office.
Human Resources

Salary Envy

Even in a tight job market of layoffs, pay cuts and raise freezes, employees still seek fair compensation.
Human Resources

How to Find the 'Hidden Paycheck'

Fringe benefit statements highlight employees' true compensation.
Compensation and Benefits

The Value of Voluntary Benefits

More small companies are turning to voluntary benefits as a low-cost way to bolster a business and empower employees.
Managing Employees

The Layoff and Downsizing Dilemma

To stay afloat you may need to layoff, furlough or terminate employees.
Human Resources

Hiring Temporary Talent

Temporary employment is expanding beyond the typical clerical assignment.
Human Resources

Why Employees Need a Break

Checking personal e-mail, the latest news headlines or making personal phone calls does not a slacker make.
Compensation and Benefits

Stimulus Stings Some Businesses

Some entrepreneurs are surprised by the out-of-pocket insurance mandate in the new law.
Managing Employees

5 Leadership Questions Every Boss Should Ask

Your employees need you most when times are tough. Know how to talk to them--whether the news is good or bad.
Human Resources

Unemployed (or Preparing to Be)?

These sites could be your best friends.
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