When you are starting out as an entrepreneur, your dream is to grow your business into something much bigger. But once you turn this dream into reality, you should now plan on bringing new talents on board to ease pressure on your current workforce. This requires detailed planning and thorough vetting to ensure you add the right people to your time.[continue reading…]
Yes, you own a small-sized business. That doesn’t mean you want to hire people with small-sized talent. How do you draw the right candidates into your small business? How do you compete with Fortune 100 or even Fortune 500 companies that have staff entirely devoted to recruiting and hiring?
Contrary to popular belief, workplace diversity is not a ‘modern trend’. For centuries, tradesmen have known that establishing contacts with strangers and employing people from different countries would contribute to their business. The model has survived until this very day because it is more than successful. Nowadays, the term “workplace diversity” has a much broader semantic scope as it includes people of other political views, religions, age, gender, experience, and other factors not directly related to work.
Employees are easily the most important asset to any business. As an HR specialist, your job is to ensure that they are working to the very best of their capabilities. In most cases, that means using better time management to ensure productivity reaches an all-time high.