Business Management

  • Need a New Employee? 5 Tips to Find Great Workers

    Is it time for you to add one or more employees to the team of your small business? Are you concerned about finding the best workers to fill the openings you have? Find out five resources you can use in your hiring and recruiting efforts to locate...
    By Mary White June 26, 2011 

  • Points to Remember While Writing a Business Letter

    Do you present a professional profile in the daily act of corresponding with peers, business contacts and superiors? Learn more about how to address a letter for a non-gender specific surname; in the process, find out where and how to incorporate...
    By Sylvia Cochran June 26, 2011 

  • How to Handle an Abusive Business Partner and Not Lose the Business

    Learning how to handle an abusive business partner is a tightrope walk. It would be easier to walk away from the business but frequently this is financially or contractually not feasible. That said, there are some steps to take that nip the behavior in...
    By Sylvia Cochran June 26, 2011 


  • How Does Running Your Own Business Affect Your Personal Life?

    How does running your own business affect your personal life? For employees of a business this question seems odd since most employees simply stop working at a set time. Business owners do not have that option most of the time. This is one of the...
    By W. A. Swan June 26, 2011 

  • Should You Allow Family Members Into Your Business?

    Allowing family members to become part of your business, whether they are co-owners or employees can often be difficult. Jean Scheid looks at the pros and cons of having family members be a part of your business.
    By Jean Scheid June 24, 2011 

  • Your Employee Handbook: What Should Be In It

    By employing small business management techniques to write your employee handbook, you can be assured it will be effective and to the point. Remember, your employee handbook is not your policy and procedure manual. Jean Scheid takes a look at your employee...
    By Jean Scheid June 24, 2011 


  • Difficult Employees - Why You Need to Document Warnings

    Most business owners have employees. As an entrepreneur, you need to know about difficult employees and why you need to document warnings. Failing to do this correctly can make it cumbersome to terminate hard to deal with employees,
    By Jean Scheid June 24, 2011 

  • Entrepreneurship and Family Business: How to Manage a Family Business

    Managing a family business is no doubt stressful but at times it can be worth the effort that you are putting forth. Entrepreneurship and family business require great effort to stand tall as a successful entity.
    By Tomica Bonner June 24, 2011 

  • Create Your Mission, Vision And Values Statements

    How do you make decisions for your small business? Do you have a strong vision statement and mission statement? Do you have a list of operating values to guide you? With these statements in place you can more effectively manage your business...
    By Heidi Wiesenfelder June 24, 2011 

  • Don't Compromise Your Values: A Discussion on Small Business Ethics

    Every entrepreneur should be concerned with small business ethics. While the trickle-down theory of economics may be debunked, ethics do have a trickle-down effect. If the top brass displays good ethics then it will have a positive effect on the entire...
    By SallyOdum June 24, 2011 
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