What does the 21st century employee privacy landscape look like? Bill Hubbartt and Jim Blasingame talk about how employee privacy and employer practices have changed over the past 10 years.
How do your benefits offerings for employees stack up? Bill and Jim talk about some of the benefits elements that can help small businesses to be competitive in the employment market.
Do you know about the new I-9 form that you'll be required to use? Bill joins Jim to talk about this new form, how to get it, how to use it and why can turn into a big ugly deal if you don't.
Do you have employment agreements with your employees? Bill talks with Jim about the good and bad elements of employment agreements, but why he thinks they are important to have.
Do you have an employee policy manual in your small business? Bill talks with Jim about why you should have a policy manual that evolves as your business grow.
Do the pay plans you have employees on contribute to your success plan? Bill and Jim talk about ways to make sure that you’re paying employees for performance, not just for showing up year after year.
Are your people performing as well as you think they should? Bill talks with Jim about how to establish guidelines for performance and a pay structure that supports those guidelines.
The federal minimum wage has increased and Bill talks with Jim about when and what small businesses must do to comply with this new law.
Do you know how to compensate family members who work in your business? Bill talks with Jim about how to handle this issue which can be done productively and effectively, or which when done poorly, can create lots of problems for the business.
Are you doing a good job of providing employees with periodic performance reviews? Bill talks with Jim about this process and what a survey shows employees feel about this process.