Human Resources

Human Resources

Service With a Smile

Respecting the rights of employees serving in the uniformed services is more than a patriotic duty: It's a legal obligation.
Employment Law

Fire Fight

U.S. workers are complaining about immigrant labor--this time, it's technology layoffs.
Managing Employees

Know Your Management Team

Evaluating your managers from every angle can help you discover your team's flaws and put your business back on track.
Employment Law

The Steps to Starting a U.S. Business

Even if you're a foreign national, you can still start a U.S. business. Here's how.
Motivation and Retention

Having a Positive Influence

Get employees and customers to do what you want by giving them what they want.
Managing Employees

New Management

It's your way or the highway, right? So how do you get that manager you just hired not to hit the next on-ramp?
Managing Employees

Assessing Your Team's Inner Dwarves

From Happy to Grumpy, each member of your team has a different personality. With the Snow White Test, you can uncover those Dwarf types and help everyone get along.
Hiring Center

Hiring Telecommuters

Before you set up employees in their own home offices, make sure you can handle the costs.
Employment Law

Classifying Workers Correctly

Make sure you're legal by understanding the difference between independent contractors and employees.
Human Resources

Outsource Your Payroll

Free up your time by letting an expert handle payroll.
Motivation and Retention

Overcoming "Security Screener Syndrome"

When jobs are repetitive and boring, they will not be done well. Have you examined your employees' job descriptions lately?
Motivation and Retention

Retaining Employees After Layoffs

Your remaining staff is picking up the slack, but you can't afford to pay them more. So how do you keep them happy?
Employment Law

Rehiring Laid-Off Employees

What are the legal implications?
Managing Employees

Boys Will Not Be Boys

Lewdness and rudeness can be a mess for your business-even without mixed company.
Employment Law

Off the Records

When it comes to what's in your employees' medical records, keep your questions to yourself. The less you know, the better.
Hiring Center

Need a Hand?

Sure, employees would be nice. But what kind and what for?
Employment Law

Keep Mail-Handling Employees Safe

Even if you don't think your business is a potential anthrax target, your employees' safety is still your top priority.
Compensation and Benefits

Starting a Retirement Plan with SEP-IRA

Intimidated by retirement plans? A SEP-IRA offers you and your employees a simple way to plan for the future.
Employment Law

Do I Need a Sexual Harassment Policy?

It's not a legal requirement, but that doesn't make it any less of a good idea.
Managing Employees

Hold Your Fire

You can save your company without laying off all your employees. Try these options.
Human Resources

Pay Up

When the minimum wage rises, will small businesses get the downside?
Managing Employees

Control Issues

Is one of your employees building an empire right under your nose?
Employment Law

What Goes Around . . .

Making promises to employees and then giving them the boot? They'll be back--carrying lawsuits that could damage your company.
Human Resources

Revamping Your Bonus Program

You've offered incentives, but your employees aren't meeting their goals. We'll help you fix your bonus program.
Human Resources

Managing Peace of Mind

Now more than ever, this task should be your top priority.
Human Resources

The Rippling Effects of the Terrorist Attacks

Businesses affected by the tragedy of September 11 find grieving and rebuilding are the only ways to ensure life goes on.
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