News and Articles About Employees
Business strategist Carol Roth argues that forcing businesses to pay interns ignores both the costs incurred by the host business and the value interns receive.
A recent court ruling in favor of two former 20th Century Fox interns could set a precedent for other industries.
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Giving employees consistent honest feedback is important if you want them performing at their absolute best. Here are three ways to take a coaching approach to feedback.
Here's a look at how to design or refashion your office to meet the requirements of today's fast-changing workplace.
As several reports show a slight improvement in the economy, small businesses remain cautious though the franchise sector is the bright spot.
Working at a startup is tons of work and having fun is vital. But offering more thoughtful perks can help further your mission and give employees something to smile about.
At a recent StartX event, a panel of entrepreneurs detailed their unusual approaches to checking candidate references.
Think the customer is always wrong? Here are a few lessons in entrepreneurship from the latest Kitchen Nightmares' season finale.
It's an often overlooked strategy, but Mobile Roadie CEO Michael Schneider says businesses can use apps to communicate with staff on their smart phones and tablets.
Business owners react to a bill that mandates paid sick leave for companies with 20 or more employees.
Entrepreneurs usually can't offer new hires the promise of a hefty salary. But there are ways to get A-list employees without breaking the bank. Here are five budget-friendly techniques to get you there.
Several indicators show the overall economy is on the upswing, but small-business hiring is down slightly.
Plan office meetings strategically and you're creating a road map for success. This doesn't have to be complicated. Here are three kinds of meetings that will help your business set and meet its goals.
In designing a healthy, efficient workplace, your employees have more power than you think.
Business coach Ann Mehl explains the most common reasons why an employee might not be meeting expectations, including poorly defined job responsibilities.
How do you make sure new hires will mesh well with your other employees and with your company's culture?
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When employees help set your company's goals, they'll be more committed to seeing them through. Here are some strategies to better engage employees in business planning.
Authors Susan Geary and Anne Bulstrode provide a simple way for entrepreneurs to decipher employees' temperaments -- and how to handle them.
After a contentious back and forth, the Gotham City is on the verge of passing legislation mandating paid time off for employees that are not healthy.
Employee retention is a key component to any healthy franchise operation. We spoke to company owners and employment experts who have learned the secrets behind worker longevity and the long-term business success that comes with it.
A trio of labor-market reports out this week show that small-business owners added jobs last month.
The people running your new operation are crucial to its success, and training is key.
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