Ensure controls are in place to stop fraud

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Fraud happens, and it can hit businesses hard. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners reports that organizations worldwide lose about 5 percent of their annual revenue to fraud. That loss can be particularly harmful to small-business owners, as the median cost of a case … Continued

How to write the job offer letter

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Confirm the final details of any verbal discussions and agreements You’ve offered a job to a candidate; he or she has accepted. Everything is settled then, right? Not so fast. Human resource experts say no offer is official without an employment offer letter … Continued

What’s love got to do with it?

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How to handle relationships in the workplace Office romances aren’t just in the movies. Career Builder’s 2017 Valentine’s Day survey reported 41 percent of workers have dated a co-worker at least once. When people work together, it can become inevitable that some might … Continued

Take steps to document employee performance issues

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Each employee should undergo a performance review at least once a year. As a business owner or manager, it’s your job to ensure these reviews and other issues related to employee performance are well documented. Human resources experts advise documenting all employee performance issues, good … Continued

Build a strong team to improve your business

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You’ve diligently hired a team of well-qualified employees and trained them to adequately perform their jobs. Everything should be great, right? Putting together a group of people does not necessarily create a team, and a cohesive team is necessary for any small business to operate … Continued

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