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How to Keep Your Culture Intact When You Expand to Another City
Replicating your headquarters' desirable vibe means, first and foremost, hiring great people who will help you stay cool.
7 Tips for Delivering Negative Feedback to Employees Without Being a Jerk
Sharing the not-so-good news is easier if you have a positive working relationship with your employees.
3 Steps That Will Empower Your Employees to Act Like CEOs
Your company is only as strong as the weakest link in your chain. So, make those links strong.
All You Need to Know About Performance Management Without Ratings
The notion that the best way to provide employees feedback is by ranking their performance on a scale of 1 to 5 may be outdated.
5 Tips for Hiring Freelancers Who Will Boost Your Business
Finding the most effective talent means knowing where to look, how to exercise due diligence and when to walk away.
Management By Weekly Check-In Is the New 'Wandering Around'
New technologies are allowing managers to keep up with their employees and track goals and employee progress.
How to Draft a Non-Compete Agreement That's Actually Enforceable
You need rock solid non-compete and confidentiality agreements with each employee to keep everyone on the same page.
3 Ways in Which Annual Performance Evaluations Fail Your Team
How one-sided, infrequent and focused on the past are your performance reviews?
Not Promoting From Within? Ignoring Financial Statements? Don't Be Stupid.
A lot of times, business owners do really dumb things that they would probably tell another business owner not to do.