Human Resources

Human Resources

Rewarding Employees Creatively

If you don't have the money for large bonuses or extravagant end-of-the-year parties, consider these methods to thank employees.
Motivation and Retention

Creating a Turbo-Charged Work Force

In part 1 of a 3-part series, learn how to make work feel like play for your employees.
Compensation and Benefits

Hire On First-Class Employees

Attract top-notch employees with a 401(k) plan that matches your company's success.
Hiring Center

Recruiting Employees 2.0

When it comes to finding the best employees, technology can put you on a level playing field with the big guys.
Hiring Center

Harness a Hiring Expert

For big-company resources at reasonable prices, call an HR consultant.
Human Resources

Conflict in the Workplace

Sometimes a lack of conflict can be just as bad as the alternative. It all depends on how you deal with it.
Human Resources

Getting the Most Out of Each Employee

Learning how to deal with different working styles is a sure way to improve productivity.
Managing Employees

Your Right to Employee E-Mail

If you want to access employee e-mail and computer usage, make sure you're clear about your rights from the start.
Human Resources

Can I Work From Home?

When an employee asks this question, having a company policy in place can make answering it much easier.
Compensation and Benefits

Determining Employee Compensation

Take these 5 factors into consideration when putting together a compensation plan for your employees.
Human Resources

Saving Grace

Review of free guide Retirement Plans for Small Businesses
Human Resources

Summertime Business Dilemmas

When the kids are out of school, the parents sometimes become distracted employees.
Managing Employees

Video Games at Work?

Forget the coffee. Companies are setting up break rooms with video games to create a fun office atmosphere and--believe it or not--increase productivity.
Hiring Center

How to Hire a Summer Intern

Before taking on an intern, determine whether you have the time to make the experience successful for both of you.
Managing Employees

Gen Y Myths Debunked

Are young employees really the slackers, whiners and praise-junkies they're made out to be? Here's what the experts have to say.
Employment Law

Employee or Independent Contractor?

Here's how to determine which type of worker you have and whether you're liable for their actions.
Human Resources

How to Tell an Employee He Smells

As a business owner, you're going to have to deliver bad news every once in a while. Here's how to approach sensitive subjects without offending people.
Human Resources

Top 10 Office Pranks Exposed

Find out what practical jokes workers have pulled in their office--and how to avoid taking your tricks too far.
Human Resources

When the Opposite Sex Joins the Office

Making sure your work environment is welcoming to employees of both genders requires vigilance.
Managing Employees

Keep the Peace in Your Company

Getting your company's departments to work in harmony is sometimes a battle, but you can keep discord from reigning supreme.
Managing Employees

Managing Middle Managers

Help valuable middle managers bring out the best in your business.
Human Resources

Managing a Satellite Staff

Strong relationships and clearly outlined expectations make off-site workers part of successful whole.
Managing Employees

Win Over Your Employees

If all you want is a little respect, read on.
Hiring Center

Posting Jobs Online, the Right Way

Looking for new hires online? To find the best candidates, do it smart.
Human Resources

Dealing With an Office Romance

When employees become romantically involved, should you anticipate trouble? Here's some real-world advice on the matter.
Compensation and Benefits

20 Low-Cost Employee Perks

Even if you don't have a lot of money, you can still treat your employees right.
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