Month in Review: March 2019
From conducting HR audits to reducing your networking slug behavior, we’ve got some questions for you to consider as you work on growing your business. Here is a recap of some of what was new on the blog in March.
We are taking a look back at some of the standout articles from March before we fully “spring” into April. See what we did there?
How agile is your business?
It’s no secret that we’re in a fast-changing world, but is your business designed to keep up? Here are five easy steps to get comfortable with change and keep your company relevant and agile as the business world evolves.
Do you conduct HR audits?
Owning a business requires wearing many different hats. And if you have even one employee, one of those hats must be managing the plethora of human resources demands. That’s why it's essential businesses take time during the year to audit HR practices. Here's when you should perform these audits and what you should be looking for.
Are you a networking slug?
You know the type—they are pushy and annoying, and they make a bad first impression while pitching themselves or their company. These kinds of business owners are likely to drive away customers. Don’t be a networking slug—follow these tips instead.
And, put your new networking skills to work for you at some of GCP/COSE’s upcoming networking opportunities and member events.
How can you prevent being personally sued for an FLSA violation?
If you thought having a business entity would mean you couldn’t be sued on a personal level, think again. So how can you protect yourself? For starters, you might want to go back and read up on the definitions and policies under the Fair Labor Standards Act. And also be sure to consider these five ways to reduce your personal liability.
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