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Human resources for Small Business

by Patricia Frame on November 11, 2011

Veteran’s Day: Why Small Business Owners Should Care

by Patricia Frame on November 11, 2011

Veteran’s Day is barely a holiday in the US, except as a retail sales gimmick. But why should we expect this to be different? Fewer than 2% of us have ever served in the military. And since we moved away from the draft to an all-volunteer service, those who do serve come from a smaller [...]

by Melanie Spring on June 9, 2011

Hiring Well: Lessons Learned Part II

by Melanie Spring on June 9, 2011

Melanie Spring shares more lessons learned on hiring well.

by Melanie Spring on June 7, 2011

Hiring Well: Lessons from the Scared and Scarred

by Melanie Spring on June 7, 2011

Melanie Spring shares lessons learned on hiring well; great advice for women entrepreneurs.

by Suzanne Paling on May 12, 2011

Get Job Candidates to Tell Stories

by Suzanne Paling on May 12, 2011

Asking job candidates to tell you stories is the best way to learn how they will react in certain situations.

by Guest Contributor on February 8, 2011

4 Steps To Hiring Your First Employee

by Guest Contributor on February 8, 2011

4 Steps To Hiring Your First Employee

by Shonali Burke on December 3, 2010

THE INTERVIEW: On Performance Management And Authorship

by Shonali Burke on December 3, 2010

Women Grow Business contributor Patricia Frame interviews Sharon Armstrong on the right way to handle performance management as well as authorship.

by Shonali Burke on September 27, 2010

“THE INTERVIEW”

by Shonali Burke on September 27, 2010

Hiring, from the first team members to the growing company, is a challenge to every entrepreneur. And most have a string of failures along the way. So how do you beat the odds? Today’s interview is with Bob Corlett, the founder of Staffing Advisors. Bob sees the problems and frustrations of entrepreneurs and small organization executives regularly. [...]