Many homeowners experience the reality of a growing to-do list without the time or resources to get everything done. As issues pop up, we are faced with deciding whether to act right away or add the project to a list of things to fix later.
When starting your own business, you wear many hats. From CEO to accountant, you do it all. But as your company grows and expands, the duties required by each one of these roles increases while the amount of time you have does not. Eventually, you need to enlist help.
Onboarding new employees is extremely important for manufacturing businesses. Not only do you need to consider safety and process training, but you need to keep track of progress to ensure employees aren’t in the “new employee” phase for too long.
As a small business owner, you know how hard you work to grow your business and keep it running efficiently. You find the perfect merchandise, hire the best workers you can, and market your business to keep new customers coming in. All this hard work needs to be protected, so you can keep focusing on the things you love.
Recently, we had the opportunity to talk with talent risk management and knowledge transfer expert Steve Trautman about the importance of the hiring process. Steve provided some incredible insight on how HR teams can recruit, attract millennials, and judge if someone is the right fit for their culture.