Hiring Your First Employee: A Guide To Getting It Right

Hiring your first employee. It’s a major milestone, an investment and a risk all wrapped up in one! The key to a successful, snag-free hiring process requires understanding of the legalities, as well as a tried-and-true action plan. In this online webinar replay, ComplyRight’s Jaime Lizotte presents step-by-step guidance on: What to consider before you…

Taking The Mystery Out Of Voluntary Benefits

If you don’t know what voluntary benefits are, or understand the potential advantages they can offer your business, this is the online webinar replay for you. We’ll break down the common myths and misconceptions, and provide you with the tips, tools and tactics you can use to better manage benefits costs, attract and retain employees,…

You’re Not Exempt: 4 Tips For Connecting With The Whole Team

Small business leaders are constantly looking for the next cutting-edge method for growing and maintaining their businesses. They go to conferences, listen to podcasts, and invest time and effort into creating a polished image. Oftentimes, however, the keys to growth and success lie closer than these leaders might think — just outside their closed office…

Temporary Staffing Can Bridge Your Workforce Gaps

Do you expect seasonal or similar short-term bursts of activity for your small business? Or perhaps you’re seeing the first tentative signs of what could well be the start of a long-term growth trend. Maybe there’s a single large task or project that needs to be done by a certain date, and your employees are…

Hiring a Family Member Can Be a Plus…or a Pain

Family-owned enterprises are the foundation of America’s small business tradition. And even if your family isn’t involved at the outset, a relative is often an ideal candidate for a role where trust or special expertise is necessary. But is working with family members always a good idea? Business consultant and USA Today “Ask an Expert”…

Making The Outsourcing Option Work For Your Small Business

As your small business grows, so too do the complexities of its operation. You may well reach a point where certain functions are costing money or compromising efficiency, and diverting your attention from more critical core aspects. These are functions that may be ripe for outsourcing—delegating to specialized providers who can perform them more efficiently…

Building A Team That Can Build A Successful Business

Every new business should be concerned with leadership and management. Even if your startup doesn’t have employees, you likely have partners, advisors, contract workers, or even vendors who can make or break your business. So how do you make sure that everyone you work with has your company’s best interests at heart? How do you…

Are They Independent Contractors Or Employees?

Need help with some aspects of your small business, but aren’t ready to bring on a full-time employee? Then do what your customers do when they turn to you, and hire an independent contractor. You’ll no doubt see a lot of familiarity in your relationship with independent contractors. They, like you, work for themselves, and…

Talent Building - Recruiting & Retention

Talent Building: Recruiting And Retention

You’ve finally grown your business to the point where you need to hire a new employee. Where do you start? How do you identify the right person to help achieve your goals? Take this online workshop presented by Patty Dedominic of Maui Mastermind to learn how to recruit and retain the right talent for your small…