Your business, at a minimum, should have a plan in place for individual training for each employee, structured training related to onboarding, and a holistic view of enterprise training.
What does a small business owner need to know about leadership before they hire their first employee?
Establishing your own business is a thrilling process. It can be scary, risky and arduous. It can also be lucrative, exciting and fulfilling.
I’d love to see more discussion of leadership in business
Properly designed onboarding plans are critical for retaining talent and reducing employee turnover.
You're lying to yourself if you think happy engaged employees ghost good employers.
40% of workers planning to look for a new job in next 6 months, with 69% passively looking. An employee at $60,000 will cost the company up to $45,000 to hire and train a replacement.
Systemic problems in employer-employee relations?
What causes employee turnover, and more importantly what causes employee retention.
How do you find loyal employees? Where do you go to look for these mythical unicorns? Does it come out in the interview that they're dedicated and hard working?