We have a growing information site for small business owners that are looking into removing administrative burdens (sometimes that help comes in the form of a professional employee organization). However, based on recent conversations we decided to review our thoughts on what traits truly make up a great small businessman.
For small business owners, or any business for that matter your product may be of the greatest quality, lowest price point and in large demand, but if you can’t lure traffic to your website your business may not have much chance for success. For us at PEO Compare, a big part of our job is developing our brand and increasing our online traffic
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A tip to CIO’s: Select the Right SAP Consulting Partners Mandeep S. Oberoi*
March 08, 2010
Often the question is asked why should businesses choose to pay more and engage highly experienced SAP consultants instead of hiring less experienced people and paying less?
Is Your Performance System Holding Talent Back? - Today's strategic performance systems are agile, accelerated and adaptable. If companies want talent to be focused on their business, their performance systems can’t hold them back. Today's talent works differently than the traditional way performance has been managed.
Family life, 60-hour work weeks (if you’re lucky), soccer practices, helping with homework, diaper duty, PTA – in our hectic lives, who has time to join a professional organization, much less volunteer to help run a professional organization?
My response is, “Perhaps you simply start with baby steps.” Joining an HR professional organization is incredibly easy. Many of these organizations offer membership at no charge, resulting in incredible value. Target a group or two that are pertinent to your field, in my case HR groups such as IHRIM, SHRM, or OAUG. Initially, attend a few meetings as a guest, meet the members.
The introduction of a social networking site inside of a large enterprise enables a new method of communication between colleagues, encouraging both personal and professional sharing inside the protected walls of a company intranet.
Have you heard the quote “You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig.” That was said by Barack Obama during his Presidential campaign. I thought of that today when I read a story on MSNBC.