Creating a company culture: It’s all about your core values

So you've hired some team members. This is a big step in building your business. Now you have help! But you also have worries. Are they

Stop leaving voicemails. Voicemail is dead. Here’s why.

When was the last time you said, "Wow, I'm so glad I got that voicemail!"...? Tell me. Do you get a thrill when you see that the VM icon on

10 Out of the box interview questions to ask

When it comes to interviewing, most potential candidates have their canned responses prepared for those oh-so-predictable interview

Hottest small business articles | January 2015

For small business owners, the new year often means a lot of new stuff: new budgets, new goals, and new employees. So we focussed on hiring

The key to organic business growth: Don’t let your business get stagnant

This article originally published at Anchor Advisors. “What is the difference between a living thing and a dead thing? In the medical world,

4 ways to include your team in the hiring process

It might be tempting to approach the hiring process in a do-it-yourself fashion. After all, as the leader of your business, you know what

The ULTIMATE Small Business Hiring Guide: Everything you need to know about hiring an employee

Small business hiring is an essential (and often challenging) facet of entrepreneurship. Any business owner who’s made a bad hire (and most

How to ask good interview questions: Be skeptical!

It's always painful to have an opening on your team. Often, the person you're missing was someone you relied on; someone who got stuff done!

The phone screen interview: What questions should I ask?

If you've got a good job posting out there, and know clearly what you need to pay, you should have a solid batch of resumes to sift through.

How to write a job posting that attracts great applicants (and repels the ones you DON’T want)

The job posting is the most fundamental tool that you have to attract great talent to a job opening, yet many business owners fail to use it