Human Resources

  • What a Small Business Owner Needs to Know About FMLA

    As a small business owner, you need to know about FMLA (the Family Medical Leave Act). It requires posters placed in an area where all employees can see. Regulations depend upon the size of your business and number of people you employ.
    By Jean Scheid May 18, 2011 

  • Tips on Increasing New Hire Productivity

    Increasing new hire productivity is best achieved when you offer employee training as soon as you hire them. You shouldn't stop training once you think the new hire is producing results. Keep them motivated throughout their employment by offering...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) May 18, 2011 

  • Does a Flex Time Policy Result in Fewer Employee Absences?

    Researches who seek answers to the question, "Does a flex time policy result in fewer employee absences," find that flextime help employees improve work-home balance and reduce absences to a large extent.
    By N Nayab May 18, 2011 


  • Succession Planning for Farming Businesses

    It's important for owner-operators of family-owned farms to know how to accomplish farm succession planning. Understand how agricultural farm lands and their permanence or discontinuation can impact the economy of rural communities. The farm's...
    By ciel s cantoria April 30, 2011 

  • Sample Retirement Plans for a Small Business

    Sample retirement plans for a small business helps business owners look at the pros and cons of plan differences. Retirement plans are a benefit that helps retain quality employees and helps small business owners plan for their own retirement needs.
    By KimberLeo April 9, 2011 

  • Making Your Employees Part of the Team – How to Motivate Employees During Economic Slowdown

    It is imperative to instill confidence in employees in order to increase loyalty and employee retention. This is indispensable for the long–term success of the organization. During times of economic downturn, it becomes common for managers to overlook...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) April 1, 2011 


  • Using Employee Coaching to Increase Business Productivity

    When it comes to cutting costs, one of the common business tactics is to cut down expenses on training. However, employee coaching not only helps in developing the skills needed by employees, but also leads to a boost of employee confidence that results...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) March 4, 2011 

  • Top Ideas for Drawing Business to your Pub on Weekdays

    This article offers ideas for drawing business in your pub weekdays with some inspiration from the author's favorite pub. Here, the author puts forth some ideas he personally shared with a favorite pub owner to draw business in and those ideas turned...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) January 25, 2011 

  • The Basics of Writing a Termination Letter

    Writing a termination letter is not something employers look forward to. However, knowing how to write one makes it easier when the time comes to fire, layoff, or terminate an employee. Learn how to write a termination letter the right way.
    By John Garger January 11, 2011 

  • The Life of an Entrepreneur's Wife

    Being the wife of an entrepreneur can be as difficult a task as starting up a business. It's good to learn what’s going through your husband’s head and what you can do to keep the peace to improve the chances that his business will be...
    By John Garger December 28, 2010 
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