With as much energy and passion as you have for your veterinary clinic, it’s no wonder so many people love bringing their furry friends to you for care. But, you’re only one person and can’t do it all - you need a staff equally as committed and enthusiastic as yourself. The question is, how do you recruit them? Here are the top recruiting strategies for your veterinary clinic
Managers: the key to a well-run, successful small business. Since managers are such an integral part of small businesses, they must be flocking to you, right? Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. Instead, you’ve got to be the one to find them. But, finding great managers really doesn’t have to be hard - you simply need to know what to look for. Here’s a quick how-to guide on developing your great manager radar.
No matter how you slice it, millennials are becoming a tremendous part of the workforce. And as each generation has different likes, dislikes, and values, you need to know how to attract millennials. As such, if you want to grow your small business, you’ll need to really think about the best approach to attract millennials. But how can you do this? We’re taking the guessing out it for you and have put together the top perks that will attract millennials to your small business.
It’s always nice when you figure out little life hacks to make your things easier. When you do figure them out, it’s as if a light has been turned on and choirs of heavenly voices sing, isn’t it? So, when it comes to your small business, we’ve rounded up eleven life hacks to increase employee retention.
The 2015 tax return season is here. Most taxpayers will file their 2014 tax returns and pay any tax due by April 15, 2015. The biggest change for this year’s tax returns is that you will report your health insurance on your federal return, and claim or reconcile any premium tax credit. Here’s a rundown of what’s new for your 2014 tax year returns.
You want to offer health benefits. You’ve looked into standard group health insurance plans and were either in sticker shock, or simply did not qualify. You understand the benefits of health coverage for you and your employees, but like half of all small businesses, you’ve decided group health insurance isn’t the answer. So, what is the answer? How can you offer benefits that aren’t group health insurance?
Healthcare benefits are a big part of any business, right? In fact, many candidates will specifically look at what your small business offers and even base their decisions to work for you upon your healthcare benefits. But, many small businesses struggle to offer healthcare benefits due to rising costs of group health insurance. Don’t worry, we’ve got a solution so you can offer healthcare benefits that say something about your small business: Premium reimbursement for individual health insurance. This article is an excerpt from our new eBook “The Small Business Guide to Human Resources.” For a complimentary copy, click here. Why are Healthcare Benefits Important to Your Small Business?
As a small business owner myself, I understand what payroll is like: You’re probably not a big fan of it, and you’re not alone, either. However, you’ll be happy to know that there are innovative payroll systems out there that can make payroll an - dare I say - enjoyable part of your small business. So, I’ve reviewed five of the best payroll systems for small businesses and have given you the pros and cons. Important note: This article specifically addresses payroll and HR systems for small and micro-sized businesses. Many payroll and HR systems are not included on this list simply due to lack of compatibility with small company size.
Your dental practice needs top talent in the industry in order to be competitive, but is there a strategy to find the best talent? Sure there is. In fact, we’ve got four different strategies to help you recruit top talent for your dental practice and become a pro. This article is an excerpt from our new eBook “A Dental Practice’’s Guide to Human Resources.” To download a complimentary copy, click here. Why Recruiting Strategy Matters to Your Dental Practice
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