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  • How to Run a Successful Restaurant Business

    October 12

    Ready for the unhappy truth about starting and running a successful restaurant business. Sixty percent of new restaurants just aren’t going to make it, according to a CNBC report. 

  • Does Every Company Need a Cafeteria? Probably

    October 8

    Get this: a recent study by Right Management shows that only 20% of people take an actual lunch break. Even though this may sound like a good thing, as it may mean these people are getting more work done, it is actually a big problem.

  • Does Company Loyalty Still Exist?

    September 16

    Employment contracts, pensions and “lifers” are all parts of the workingman’s rhetoric of a bygone era. Today, the language concerns shortened contracts, reduced hours, outsourcing, automation and multiple careers.

  • Should I Hire an Independent Contractor or Employee?

    September 16

    As a small business owner, it is important to know when you need additional workers and when you can hold off on hiring. This can be a slippery slope, especially when you begin to consider all your options.

  • Job Seekers Know What They Want

    August 26

    Many people are on the prowl for a new job, hoping to find a position that better suits their wants and needs in one way or another.

  • Give Me A Break – Break Time Guidelines For the Everyday Employer

    August 4

    There are many questions that arise when developing employee break and meal policies.

  • Everything You Need to Know About myRA

    August 3

    The U.S. Department of the Treasury has developed myRA, also known as my Retirement Account, to assist the millions of Americans who face barriers associated with saving for retirement.

  • 5 Effective Small Business Hiring Tips

    July 29

    As a small business owner, you likely take one of two positions when it comes to hiring:

  • How Casual is Casual Friday?

    July 24

    Some companies believe in “casual Friday.” Other companies expect workers to dress, work, and act the same regardless of the day. And then there are those that want to make a change to their Friday routine, but don’t know where to start.

  • Workplace Solutions: How to Avoid Gossip

    July 24

    To err is human – sure. But, one can easily make the case that to gossip is human too.

  • How Working Remotely Should Work

    July 21

    With the use of technology on the rise, many companies are beginning to realize the benefits of allowing employees to work remotely. This may not be possible for every worker within every company, but it is a strategy many companies, spanning a variety of industries, have found useful.

  • What It's Like to Intern at Apple

    July 21

    It is easy to believe that one internship is the same as the next, however, nothing could be further from the truth. This is definitely the case if you find yourself applying for openings in Silicon Valley.

  • 5 Important Ways to Maximize Employee Engagement

    July 17

    Employee motivation serves the bottom-line directly for most organizations, impacting productivity and efficiency of output. And since worker satisfaction and morale influence motivation, keeping employees inspired is essential for long-term success.

  • Attitude Adjustments: Managing Negative Employees

    July 16

    Is there a virus running through your organization — one that threatens the health of your company?

  • 3 Tips for Recruiting on LinkedIn

    July 13

    With more than 300 million members, LinkedIn is by far the largest professional networking site in the world.

  • How to Handle the New Proposed Overtime Rules

    July 7

    You've probably heard a lot of rumblings lately about new overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

  • Retirement Planning: Replacing a Valued Employee

    July 2

    When a valued employee within your organization retires, replacing them is not a simple one-for-one swap. It’s more complicated than that.

  • 7 Easy Tech Tips That Make Bosses Lives Easier

    June 24

    Every day, the Internet is filled with stories about technology that promises to make our lives easier and more efficient.

  • Internal Hiring vs. External: The Debate Shifts

    June 20

    The trend is undeniable. In these tight economic times, companies looking to stabilize costs are finding new hires from within their four walls instead of from the outside.

  • 5 Traits of the Best Employees

    June 15

    You never fully know what an employee will bring to your company until he or she is on-board and engaging in day to day activity. However, there are things to look for when recruiting and interviewing applicants.