Human Resources

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.
Business Management

Knowledge is Power

Ensure that important company clients, projects and processes aren't lost when an employee walks out the door.
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.
Business Travel

Best in Business Travel

Where to invest your travel dollars this year
Human Resources

Hiring Temporary Talent

Temporary employment is expanding beyond the typical clerical assignment.
Success Stories

Go Virtual With Your Work Force

Outsourcing and virtual hiring can give you lower costs and enables you to work with talented employees all over the world.
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.
Startup Basics

Become Versed in Reading Faces

Facial expressions expert Paul Ekman, Ph.D., reveals how to read the posturing and poker faces commonly seen when doing business.
Human Resources

Unemployed (or Preparing to Be)?

These sites could be your best friends.
Business Management

Get Out Now

A new book shows you how to escape cubicle nation.
Business Management

Are Your Employees Comfortable?

They spend one-third of their time at the office. Is the environment worthy?
Management & Operations

Set the Model for Office Behavior

Even seemingly trivial acts of incivility can lead to reduced employee productivity and loyalty.
Business Management

Return of the Stay-at-Home Parents

Employers are embracing parents who took a stay-at-home detour.
Human Resources

How to Interview for Integrity

Background checks are great, but skilled interviewing is even more essential.
Startup Basics

Building a Support Team

Ensure that the people you work with have the skills necessary to expand your business.
Managing Employees

Grow Your Power, Boost Your Influence

Getting others to listen to you is the result of a 4-step process.
Human Resources

10 Signs Not to Hire the Person You're Interviewing

If haziness about his work experience doesn't tip you off, the ankle monitor should.
Human Resources

How to Manage Generational Dynamics

Gen Xers, Gen Yers, Millennials and Boomers are all working alongside each other. But how do you get them to work well together?
Human Resources

Free Lunches do Exist

Employee X explains why company-sponsored lunches are so valuable.
Business Management

The Corporate Experience Conundrum

Now is a good time to find great talent, but entrepreneurs ask, 'Should you hire workers from big companies?'
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