How Your Small Business Can Attract & Retain Top Talent, Part 3In part two of this series, we took a look at some of the employment law issues that you need to consider before you make a hire. In this last installment, we’ll review some of the ways to recognize your top talent so you can work as hard to retain them as they work to help you grow your small business.
Chances are if you attract the best and brightest employees – and retain them – that you won’t have to worry about the types of legal li... Read more
Does Your Small Business Use Social Media to Recruit Employees?What types of workers are most in demand today? Employers are hiring employees who are experienced in their businesses, team-oriented, customer-focused, have a track record for achieving the results they want, and work smart.
So says a new survey from global talent management firm OI Partners/FS&F.
Companies are more frequently using social media sites to recruit employees than last year, posting jobs on their company Web si... Read more
Small Businesses Benefit from ‘All in the Family’ HiringWho would you rather hire? Your brother in need or a complete stranger?
A Hiscox study answers the question for you. Well, sort of. The small-to mid-sized business insurer conducted a survey of 1,000 small business owners to track family hiring practices. The results: 21 percent employ a family member. Of that group, 43 percent cited the downturn as a reason for recruiting a relative.
Nearly a third (30 percent) of family-run bu... Read more