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5 Completely Ineffective Leadership Styles (and How to Fix Them)

Real-life Leaders, Their Shortcomings, and How They Overcame Them “A business owner has to realize that, as the saying goes, ‘A skunk stinks from the …

Implementing a Small Business Pay Structure

Create accurate job descriptions and benchmark each job to make sure your business has a solid pay structure. Pay Structures A company’s pay structure is …

Avoid Employee Burnout: Bring Summer Fun to the Office

Employers Should Embrace the Allure of Summer, Not Fight It While possibly more noticeable in four season cities, summer longings can defy geographical zones to …

The Importance of Pay Philosophies  

Consistent Pay Philosophies Value Employees Pay Philosophies A pay philosophy is a company’s commitment to how it values employees. A consistent pay philosophy gives the …

5 Strategies to Create a Culture of Accountability in the Workplace

These 5 Simple Steps Will Significantly Improve your Culture of Accountability Accountability is a topic covered in basic management courses. Unfortunately, there seems to be …

5 Ways to Manage Organizational Change

Tips for a Smooth Transition When Implementing Organizational Change Within Your Company Winning the support of workers when introducing and executing organizational change is essential. …

8 Types of Employees All Businesses Should Hire

Target These Types of Workers & Reap the Benefits Hiring rates are expected to increase, but many organizations are thinking hard about the types of …

4 Reasons Not to Be Facebook Friends with Your Employees

Should Managers be Facebook Friends with Employees? Signs Point to No. How often do you check out your own page? You might be surprised by …

9 Dos & Don'ts for Firing an Employee

How to Let Employees Go With Dignity & Keep Morale High at the Office If you’re an employer, you’ve likely had to fire people. It’s …

7 Reasons Why Your Employees are Overpaid

Why an Employee’s Salary May Be Higher Than Reported by Our Compensation Reports You’re an employer who has market-priced your open positions and employees. Perhaps …