Let’s say you’re attending an event for work.
So far in this series on HR for small business, we’ve looked at important human resources topics like hiring, training, and communication.
In the business world, communication is a common problem. In a survey by training company Fierce Inc., 86% of respondents blamed lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.
Has this ever happened to you?
Rome wasn’t built by one man, it was built by a team working together. While building Rome took hundreds of years and a lot of messengers running about, modern teams are lucky to have a lot of great software at their disposal. In fact, there’s almost too much good software. How do you pick the right tools for you and your small business? Well, we’re here to help.
If you’ve been in business a while, I’m sure you’ve heard the saying: “You’re only as good as the people you hire.”
Does your small business need an employee handbook?
You may already know that your emails are important. Even though email may seem like a casual form of communication, your emails make an impact.
Email closings are important, especially for business emails. What you write when you end an email makes a difference. A professional email closing leaves the reader with a good impression of you and of your business. An unprofessional email closing has the opposite effect.
If the professional summary is the appetizer, your work experience is the main course of your resume.
Are you really making the most of your email system in 2017?