Posts from June, 2013

  • Hiring Best Practices for Small Businesses Part Two Padgett Payroll Services® , small business payroll experts, continues its guide to hiring best practices for small businesses. In Part One we covered: defining company culture, deciding future employee qualities and skills and prioritizing these qualities and skills. This ... Continue Reading
  • How a More Feminine Leadership Style Will Enable Your Success The Athena Doctrine: How Women (And The Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule The Future by John Gerzema and Michael D'Antonio, a new leadership book exploring the traits that make an ideal leader in today’s world, concludes that the qualities traditionally considered feminine ... Continue Reading
  • Hiring Best Practices for Small Businesses Part One Your small business is growing, and you have more work than you can handle. It is time to hire new employees. Whether you are the only employee or you already have a team in place, chances are good that you have questions about how to hire the best fit for your company. ... Continue Reading
  • Small Business Administration Plans Increase in Lending to Veteran-Owned Businesses The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently released information on the SBA Veteran Pledge Initiative, which is a commitment by national, regional and community lenders to increase loans to veterans by five percent each year for the next five years. PADGETT ... Continue Reading
  • Low Cost Ways to Increase Employee Engagement Employee engagement is essential in keeping turnover low and productivity high. Padgett Payroll Services ® has created this guide to low cost ways small businesses can increase their employee engagement. Relationship with Direct Manager or Supervisor Direct managers or ... Continue Reading
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