Posts in Employee-policy

Here’s Why You Need an Employee Handbook

You know it’s important for businesses to have an employee handbook, but you may be wondering how having one in place can benefit both you and your employees. Read More
employee policy, HR, leadership Jinyu Qian February 21, 2019

Misclassifying Employees: An Expensive Wage and Hour Mistake

  With sexual harassment cases getting a lot of media attention, it might seem like that is your company’s biggest liability risk. And depending on where you work, this might be true. Read More

Tips for Effective Employee Surveys

When done well, employee surveys can gather important feedback and information quickly, efficiently, and anonymously. Read More

Dealing With Employee Turnover

Separation. Termination. Departure. No matter what you call it, the fact remains the same: People on your team will come and go. Read More

Does Your Business Need Key Person/Executive Insurance?

Many businesses have one or two people who are the glue that holds everything together. It could be the founder, owner, CEO, CFO, or another essential contributor with specialized skills and knowledge that are critical to the operation of the business. Read More

Who is Driving Your Business?

Business is all about competition, but the question you need to ask yourself is: Read More

10 Steps to Increase Employee Retention

  As business becomes more and more competitive, simply filling open positions isn’t enough. Read More

Employee Engagement and Your Bottom Line

Just what is employee engagement, anyway? Read More

Should You Say Yes to Pets at Work?

    When it comes to animal-friendly offices, the answer depends on who you ask. But one thing we can all agree on is that the topic of pets in the workplace isn’t going away any time soon. If your company doesn’t have a pet policy in place, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll need one. Read More

Increase Employee Engagement By Showing Them Why They Should Care

Everybody wants their employees to be more engaged. But too often the question remains: Engaged to what? Read More