Small Business Workforce Articles:
Managing Your Staff


Use Tax Reform to Invest in Your Employees

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents one of the largest tax cuts in American history, especially for businesses. There's a good chance the tax cuts mean some extra spending money for your organization.

Getting Engaged: Give Your Employees a Reason to Commit to You

According to a Gallup&reg; report, less than a third of Americans are engaged in their jobs.<sup>1</sup> Lately, however, many employers have taken their eyes off of engagement as a talent retention tool.

Cracking the Gen Z Code: Think You Know Them? Think Again.

Are you up to speed on Gen Z and what makes these workers tick? Follow these 7 tips so you’re better prepared to attract, engage and retain Gen Z employees.

Wise Ys: What Millennials Can Teach Other Co-workers

Millennial employees embrace change, seek feedback, and give back. Here’s how to capitalize on these and other traits to empower your entire workforce.

Does Your Company Need a Culture Makeover?

Your company culture influences how customers, employees, applicants or future employees, suppliers, and the community view your business.

Rewarding Employees When You’re Growing - Managing Your Staff

During a season of growth, your company may have the free cash flow to reinvest in the employees fueling your success.

Can a 40 Hour Workweek Actually Improve Productivity?

As long hours become habitual, science tells us that productivity and employee engagement may actually take a nosedive. Is it time to reevaluate your stance on the standard workweek?

Bridge the Skills Gap by Connecting Generations: Here’s How

According to government reports, the unemployment rate in the U.S. has fallen sharply since the Great Recession and is currently well below the post-war average of 5.8%.

When Giving Back Creates a Win for Everyone

Do you want your company to soar to new heights of success and growth? The ability to attract and retain innovative employees is as important as developing a great business strategy. To be successful, you must engage top talent before and after they join your company. Effective talent management and recruiting can help.

As Your Talent Goes, So Goes Your Business

Your company thrives on the abilities of your employees. Discover how effective talent management strategies are an increasingly critical aspect of a successful business.

Nurturing an Entrepreneurial Culture

Entrepreneurial spirit is at the heart of what makes your organization a true contender in your industry. As your company grows, use these tips to be proactive and keep that entrepreneurial culture alive!

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