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creating mentoring program for your small biz

How to Implement a Mentoring Program for Your Small Business

Share This: Implementing a mentoring program in your small business can help your company in many ways such as: Reducing turnover and increasing employee retention Increasing employee engagement Transferring knowledge from your mentors to your mentees  Helping relationship development  Showing your future and current employees you are invested in them  According[…]

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how to become an entrepreneur

How to Become a Successful Entrepreneur

Share This: Becoming an entrepreneur is exciting. You get to do what you want to do and be in charge. But, along with that excitement is high responsibility. You are not only responsible for yourself, but you become responsible for others who work for you.  According to the Small Business Administration[…]

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how to write an employee time attendance policy

How to Write an Attendance Policy for Your Small Business

Share This:Implementing an attendance policy may be necessary for your business.  You may have noticed increased absences, or you are writing a new employee handbook.  You should include the following in your attendance policy: Your expectations How you will track attendance (how to clock in and out) Absences which will be excused[…]

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habits of successful leaders

10 Habits of Successful Leaders

Share This: Being a successful leader is what many managers aspire to be. They also develop good habits to reach their goals. They know to be successful those habits take time to form and it is a commitment. We know some great leaders have good leadership skills such as being empathetic, inspiring,[…]

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The gig economy and how to succeed

How to Effectively Work and Succeed in the Gig Economy

Share This: There are approximately 57 million people (more than one-third) who work in the gig economy in the United States. According to Gallup: Many workers in the U.S. have an alternative work arrangement as their primary job (29%) One-fourth are full-time (24%)  One-half are part-time (49%) Including multiple job holders,[…]

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