The economy may be improving, but its effects aren’t yet trickling down to younger workers. Thirty-two percent of 18- to 29-year-olds in the U.S. workforce were underemployed last month, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Do you know how your employees feel about your technology?
The cloud is not only helping businesses get work done, but also creating work opportunities.
How can you help ensure your employees stay put when the economic tide rises and jobs become easier to find? Here are three tips.
Here are three tips that I’ve employed in the last several years for hiring successfully.
Are you trying to do more with less these days—less money, less time and fewer employees? I think most business owners are in that boat. If you’re looking for ways to decrease the cost of running your business (or cut the costs of starting one), you should be thinking about outsourcing.
Are you using outsourcing to start or grow your small business? If not, why not? A recent report from oDesk, an online remote hiring community, has some compelling reasons why outsourcing benefits both entrepreneurs and the people they hire.
According to a recent survey commissioned by Microsoft, telework has become a business imperative for organizations of all sizes, even for SMBs.
When you hire people, there are typically several forms and contracts you need to fill out, including a well-crafted employment agreement.