Project Outsourcing VS Temp Agency by Michele Graham Outsourcing different projects that you may need help with in your business is much cheaper than hiring a temp to come in your office to complete the project. Temp Agencies charge you double on what an outsourced employee would charge.
There are many qualified and over qualified folks, sitting at home needing some type of income or extra income, that would perform an excellent job for a lot less than a temp agency would charge you ... continue reading
Eight Basic Office Staff Requirements by Jo Ann Joy Your business is a success, and you cannot keep up with the work unless you hire at least two more employees. You have probably been very busy and focused on starting up and growing the business. You may not be ready to be your companys human resource manager. The following are a few suggestions that can help you be prepared:
All prospective employees must fill out an Employment Application that includes basic information such as name, address, phone number, social security number, citizenship, past job history, job titles, key responsibilities, salary history, reasons for leaving the previous positions, and education through high school, college, post graduate work, and any special schooling ... continue reading
If You're Looking For Dedication Hire The Disabled by Don Doman People with disabilities are almost three times more likely to live in poverty than people without disabilities. The disabled with jobs has remained steady at 35% for roughly twenty years. Employers complain about employees who don't care about their jobs, and yet there is a vast resource of workers who are ready, willing, anxious, determined ... continue reading
Seven Secrets To Getting The Perfect Employee by Lorraine Pirihi Attracting and retaining a high performing team is one of the biggest challenges many business owners face. There are a variety of reasons for this and one of the key factors is that the owner doesn't realise that there's much more involved in the process than just placing an ad and asking a few questions ... continue reading