Small business owners always have an eye on the future. And the future includes retirement. Whether planning for one’s own retirement as a solo entrepreneur or setting up funds for company employees, small business owners have options to protect their investments and take care of their workers. Here are three financial vehicles specially geared to those needs.
Whether you are hiring your first employee, or you already have a staff of hundreds, recruiting best practices are critical for your business. Strong recruiting practices have significant benefits for any organization.
Use our quick-start guide to writing a job description to clearly communicate expectations to your future employees when hiring.
There are steps you can take to maximize the chance that you’ll find the right fit when it comes to hiring and feel more confident about the process.
Even for small business owners an employee handbook is a tremendous resource. Here’s what you need to consider in creating one for your creative business!
Knowing the difference between an independent contractor and an employee is an important protection for yourself and your business.
If you’re knee-deep in orders and way behind on just about everything, finding an intern who will work for experience instead of money might seem like an obvious answer. But bringing in help for your creative business, even temporarily, isn’t an endeavor you should enter into lightly.