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When starting a company, you do all you can to help your business grow. Although you may eventually have your key workers in place, it always helps to have a neutral party look over your data to uncover issues you may not have considered. Here are eight ways completing an external audit can help your… Read more »

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As a business owner, being comfortable can be detrimental your company’s growth. Being satisfied with how things are at the moment may mean becoming complacent and missing out on opportunities to reach your long-term goals. Here are some areas you need to focus on that may make you uncomfortable but will contribute to your company’s… Read more »

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Setting company goals is a key part of growing your business. When your employees have goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely, your employees know exactly what they need to do to help move your company forward. Here are seven reasons you should be setting goals for 2018 right now. Stronger Direction Effectively… Read more »

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As a small business owner, you need to focus on your core business as much as possible to help it grow. However, owning a business also involves HR duties, payroll, compliance and other demands that must be met. Therefore, you need the right team in place to handle all of your back-office responsibilities. Here are… Read more »

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If you’re going to start a business, it’s important customers know what you have to offer. Even if you have a strong capital backing and a great product/service, if nobody knows about you, your business won’t prosper. Here are six ways you can get customers to find your new business. Advertise Utilize an online advertising… Read more »

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If your recruiting business faces a communication crisis, it’s important you know how to respond. Whom you communicate with, as well as when and how you communicate, can mean the difference between successfully handling the situation or causing further damage down the road. Follow these guidelines to ensure your recruiting business is ready for a… Read more »

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As a recruiter, your clients may pay you in 30 to 90 days, yet you need to cover payroll every time it’s due. As a result, you must have access to working capital when you need it. Fortunately, you can use payroll funding to sell your invoices for a fee and receive the money you… Read more »

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As a recruiter, you know that negative thoughts hinder your business growth. However, because you’ll inevitably hit road blocks at times, maintaining a positive attitude can be challenging. Therefore, it’s important you recognize the times your thoughts aren’t helping you remain productive so you can change them accordingly. Here are three tips for focusing on… Read more »

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Part of growing your recruiting business involves having the latest technology. Due to its continually evolving nature, staying current with technology helps ensure you fulfill your business needs so your company can prosper. Here are five technology-based benefits you receive from outsourcing your back- office tasks. Save Money on Software and Updates By not installing… Read more »

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As a recruiter, when your best candidates try leaving their current position, they may be given a counter offer. Although the promise of more money may be enticing, remaining with the same company is typically not in your candidates’ best interest. Therefore, it’s up to you to coach your candidates on why they need to… Read more »