Managing Employees

McDonald's Goes Head to Head With Labor Regulators
Franchises

McDonald's Goes Head to Head With Labor Regulators

The burger giant is accused of violating employee rights as a joint employer.
Lindsay Friedman
Taking a UX Approach for Retaining Your Best Talent
Managing Employees

Taking a UX Approach for Retaining Your Best Talent

The same approach you take to serving your customers works with managing your best team members.
Jill Schiefelbein
Why Companies Need to Think Carefully About Onboarding
Onboarding

Why Companies Need to Think Carefully About Onboarding

You may have been sold on your new hire from the start, but they still have to decide on you. And that can take longer than you think.
Stephen J. Bronner
Stingy Company Ordered to Pay $1.75 Million to Workers It Forced to Choose Between Pay and Bathroom Breaks
Managing Employees

Stingy Company Ordered to Pay $1.75 Million to Workers It Forced to Choose Between Pay and Bathroom Breaks

'No worker should have to face the choice: Do I take a bathroom break, or do I get paid?'
Kim Lachance Shandrow
7 Honest Mistakes That Can Get You Fired
Firing

7 Honest Mistakes That Can Get You Fired

Even good, hard-working people get fired for these innocent mistakes. Make certain it doesn't happen to you.
Travis Bradberry
4 Steps to Take to Start a Successful Peer Recognition Program
Engaged Employees

4 Steps to Take to Start a Successful Peer Recognition Program

Employees care more about their peers' approval than their managers'. How can you use this to your company's advantage?
Andre Lavoie
5 Ways to Foster Team Culture on a Startup Budget
Team-Building

5 Ways to Foster Team Culture on a Startup Budget

Want to make it onto one of those 'best places to work' lists? Here's how.
Kelly Lovell
6 Steps to Create an Effective Employee Onboarding Experience
Onboarding

6 Steps to Create an Effective Employee Onboarding Experience

The job isn't over just because someone has signed a contract.
Alon Alroy
Having an Ego Is Healthy. Letting It Get Between You and Your Co-Workers Is Not.
Daniel Lubetzky

Having an Ego Is Healthy. Letting It Get Between You and Your Co-Workers Is Not.

Daniel Lubetzky, the founder of KIND, says that competition is good because it motivates entrepreneurs, but if left unchecked, it can become a hindrance in creating a team.
Catherine Clifford
10 Leadership Tips for Fresh-Faced Entrepreneurs
Ready To Launch

10 Leadership Tips for Fresh-Faced Entrepreneurs

We ask CEOs of companies featured in the Entrepreneur360™ Performance Index: What advice do you have for someone new to running a company?
Tanya Benedicto Klich
The Importance of Starting the New Year Off With a Bang
Motivation

The Importance of Starting the New Year Off With a Bang

It's imperative to make your employees feel energized and motivated as 2016 begins.
Asher Raphael
Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Leadership Stories of 2015
Leadership

Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Leadership Stories of 2015

Successful entrepreneurship starts with successful leadership. Check out these stories for some great advice.
Laura Entis
3 of This Past Year's Worst HR Mistakes and How to Do Better
Human Resources

3 of This Past Year's Worst HR Mistakes and How to Do Better

What embarrassing things did Urban Outfitters, Walmart and the U.N. do that you should not?
Andre Lavoie
7 Ways to Manage Someone Whose Job You Can't Do
Managing Employees

7 Ways to Manage Someone Whose Job You Can't Do

It happens all the time -- being put in a position to manage someone doing a job you cannot do yourself. Here's how to help that person along in other ways.
Marty Fukuda