There’s nothing more valuable than human life. This is why the federal and state governments take great steps to protect employees from workplace harm through employee safety laws.Read More Employee Safety Laws to Keep in Mind
There’s a new workplace trend businesses are worried about: the quiet quit. While the term can mean different things, quiet quitting generally refers to a pattern of employee behavior in which they stop trying their best at work. Apathy, lack of participation, and doing the bare minimum just to get by are all signs of […]Read More How Solid HR Practices Can Help Combat the Quiet Quit
You’re a savvy business owner with an unparalleled passion for your company. But, that doesn’t mean you’re automatically good at everything you need for business success, like accounting expertise, payroll knowledge, and leadership skills. Speaking of which … Do you know how to be a good leader and manager?Read More How to Be a Good Leader and Manager in Your Small Business
The term thought leader seems to be everywhere online. News articles. LinkedIn posts. Everyone has thought leadership examples or is racing to offer the next best thought leader definition. But if you haven’t heard of it, you may be scratching your head. Read on to learn what’s a thought leader and how to become one.Read More Becoming a Thought Leader in Your Industry
March Madness is just around the corner. If your business has been around for a while, you’ve probably heard the seasonal cries of alarm. Headlines may read “Is March Madness Killing Business?” or “Study: American Business to Lose Billions to March Madness.” But savvy small business owners don’t need to worry. March Madness isn’t a […]Read More 6 Ways to Make March Madness & Employee Engagement a Winning Combination
In a best-case scenario, your employees operate at the highest levels of their abilities. They’re punctual, dedicated to improving, and invested in their work. When this happens, every aspect of your business benefits. But, you may have underperforming employees. And when an employee can’t do their work, others have to pick up the slack.Read More How to Help an Underperforming Employee Get Back on Track
Well, it’s official. Phishing attacks are on the rise. In 2021, 83% of organizations faced a successful email phishing attack. And here’s the other side of the coin: phishing is expensive. These attacks cost large organizations nearly $15 million annually. And because small businesses are three times more likely to be targeted by cybercriminals than […]Read More Hot Topic: What Is Phishing?
When economic times are good, companies can grow and bring in some of the best and brightest names from outside the organization to help the entire unit thrive.Read More How to Switch Focus from Hiring to Internal Development During an Economic Downturn
Scoot over, Zoom fatigue. There’s a new sheriff in town: time zone fatigue. If you have one employee working in California, another in Wisconsin, and another in Maine, you’re probably already familiar with the condition. To get through the confusion, you need a cheat sheet to understand the different time zones in the USA. And, […]Read More What Are the Different Time Zones in the USA, and Why Do Businesses Care?
Over 70% of adults in the U.S. use social media. And among businesses with over 100+ employees, 92.1% of U.S. marketers use social media. With such high social media usage nationwide, businesses can benefit from having guidelines in place. So if you don’t have one already, it’s time to implement a social media policy for […]Read More How to Adopt a Social Media Policy for Employees That Defines Roles & Sets Boundaries