As we’ve seen in this series on HR for small business, there are some very important human resources requirements for small business. You need to hire the right people, offer competitive pay and benefits, provide effective training, and much more.
So far in this series on HR for small business, we’ve been going through all of the important aspects of human resources and managing employees, from hiring and retaining the best talent through to building an inclusive company culture.
There’s a common saying in the business world: “A business is only as good as its people.” So what happens when one of your key employees wants to quit?
So far in this series on HR for small business, we’ve looked at important human resources topics like hiring, training, and communication.
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?
Are you paying your employees enough?
Just because your business is small, it doesn’t mean your clients have to be small too.
If your small business is thriving right now, congratulations! But don’t rest on your laurels just yet. As a small business grows, it goes through different stages and starts to face new challenges.
Does your small business have an exit strategy?
Whether you’re a freelancer or a consultant, selling services is a solid business. You provide clients with your skills and, in return, they pay you a fee for the value you provide.