Posts tagged employee handbook

4 human resources tips for small business owners

Lucas Parker talks about four ways you can make sure you’re doing a great job at employee relations in your small business.

Commitment without end: The small business owner’s challenge – Part II

Michelle van Schouwen writes about how to manage the many challenges that come with owning a small business.

How to fire an employee and stay within the law

Lucy Taylor advises small business owners on how to fire an employee without running afoul of the law.

Tear of the bandage and fire that problem employee

Michelle van Schouwen offers hard-earned advice on firing problem employees in your small business.

Ditch the annual employee review

Michelle van Schouwen explains why annual employee reviews may not be in the best interest of your small business…or of your employees.

Hold the line: Develop and maintain employee procedures and policies

Small business owner Michelle van Schouwen provides tips on how to assure your employee policies and procedures are followed.

Resolve to make one change in your small business in the new year

When it comes to making changes in your small business in 2016, blogger Michelle van Schouwen suggests that less might be more.

Who needs an employee handbook, anyway? (You probably know the answer already.)

An employee handbook is an invaluable tool for a small business, writes blogger Michelle van Schouwen. And today, there are plenty of resources available to help you create one for your company.

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