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6 Secrets to Mentoring A New Hire

Posted by: Doug Barra What is the best way to bring a new hire on board? Mentoring is an extremely effective way of onboarding a new hire. It helps them start out on the right foot and get up to speed quickly. It helps the new hire feel confident in his or her job quickly.

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Foolproof Tips to Build an Internal Support Network For Your Team

Posted by: Doug Barra Does your team have a strong internal support network? If you have a team of three people all within the same space, communications and collaboration are not that difficult. However, larger teams, or those with members scattered in different locations, may have a tougher time. That is where having a strong

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How to Get Your Team to Buy Into the Big Picture

Posted by: Doug Barra One of the keys to your business success is getting your team to buy into the goals you have for the company’s future. When you get them on board with what you have envisioned, everyone will be working towards the same outcomes, which makes success much more likely. How do you

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3 Essential Pieces to Building Your Culture

Posted by: Doug Barra What is your business culture? It is the way your company operates and communicates both internally and externally. A healthy, forward-facing culture will grow your business. An unhealthy or fragmented culture will bring it down. How do you build the right culture in your company? Building Your Culture As a small

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5 Facts About Resumes

Posted by: Doug Barra How many resumes did you receive last time you put up a job posting? In the past few years, many employers have been getting hundreds of job applicants for a single open position. Knowing some fun facts about resumes can make slogging through all of those resumes a bit easier. Five

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Where to Find the Best Employees

Posted by: Doug Barra A few decades ago, the best place to attract potential employees was in the ad section of the newspaper. With the advent of the Internet, that gradually switched to online job boards. Today, if you want to attract the best employees, you need to go further and find them where they

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4 Handy Tips for Vetting Personal Recommendations

Posted by: Doug Barra Vetting references is an essential part of the hiring process, according to business experts. It will give you a more complete picture of who this person is and how they might perform within your team. But, what is the best way to vet those references? Tips for Vetting the References Here

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How to Tell if Your New Hire is Going to Work Out

Posted by: Doug Barra You finally hired someone for that open position on your team. It took a while and you are looking forward to being back at full staff again. However, how do you know if that person is going to work out? Signs Your New Hire Is Not Going to Work Out Small

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How to Interview the Right Way

Posted by: Doug Barra A job interview is the time when you get to meet a prospective member of your team for the first time. You reviewed his or her resume and may have talked on the phone. But, the face-to-face part is where you really get to know this person. Interviewing the Right Way

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7 Rules for Reading Resumes

Posted by: Doug Barra You have an open position in your team. You put out a job posting and a flood of resumes have arrived. What would a small business expert recommend for wading through the piles of resumes on your desk (or in your email)? Rules for Reviewing Resumes Here are seven rules you

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