HR Articles for Small Business
& HR Consultants
Environments that are loud and crowded like most networking events often make me anxious, awkward and so exhausted that I find myself wishing I could teleport home.
Fellow introverts: can you relate?
Balancing employee privacy rights and an employers right to protect company business interests can make workplace privacy a complicated issue.
Here's how we uncomplicate it...
No matter how many employees you have, an employee manual or employee handbook is an essential tool for running your business.
Have you created your employee handbook yet?
You’re a small business. You have an awesome group of bright and discerning employees who you trust not to do anything stupid online. Of course, you don’t need a social media policy. Or do you?
Should you require your independent contractors to sign off on your policies? For example, harassment, code of conduct, intellectual property, safety?
I came across this ad while on the Skytrain on my way to the airport. It depicts an office worker shopping online at their desk - enticed by promotions only available between 9:00 to 5:00 Monday to Friday - also know as workdays for most of us.
To tweet or not to tweet? It's complicated. Consider a new approach to help you determine if personal use of social media will ultimately be allowed in your company.