It’s one of the toughest elements of running a business: figuring out how to compensate employees well enough that they stay, without putting your finances at risk. You need great people, but you also have to be able to afford them, and keep your costs as low as possible, so you can stay competitive. You’re…

You’ve got a healthy rental portfolio. You’re happy with your property investments, and you’ve built up some solid equity in your properties. The only problem is, you can’t seem to find or keep the right kind of tenants, and you find yourself scrambling to fill vacancies a lot more often than you’d like. Believe it…

Many managers and business owners mistakenly assume that “high performance” is a synonym for “workaholic.” It might surprise those people to learn that just putting in longer hours does not guarantee that an employee is a top performer. In fact, if the research is to be believed, it may be the employees who work fewer…

In our modern world, big brother really is watching our every move, every second of the day. Every time you log into social media, surf the web, or buy something with a credit card, there’s a company out there somewhere that’s collecting that information, so that they can add it to their “big data” repository,…

There’s an old saying that goes “people don’t quit jobs, they quit managers.” What that means is that the number one reason most people leave jobs is because they don’t get along with a manager or supervisor, and that’s usually true. It may surprise you to learn that, but it’s not money, location or any…

Health issues are a fact of life. At some point, most employees will experience some sort of health scare or be diagnosed with a serious or chronic illness. For the majority of employers, not only is it tough to handle the legalities and loss of productivity that health issues invariably raise, but we also genuinely…

Technology has changed our lives in so many ways. It’s changed how we shop, communicate and find new opportunities. It has made millionaires out of college dropouts, and it’s made encyclopedias and phone books obsolete. It’s also changed the way that companies and governments collect and share information, and there’s a saying about the world-wide…

In a perfect world, there would be a clear, defined separation between work and life, and never the twain would meet. Ideally, your employees wouldn’t have any problems outside of the office, or at the very least, they would be able to leave them all outside the door when they reported for work, ready, willing…

As a landlord, you have many things to worry about. Is the rent going to be paid on time? Do you have sufficient insurance on your properties? Are you going to have big, unexpected expenses, or a tenant who disappears in the night? If you’re like most landlords, you do your best to prevent nasty…

It’s a tough call for any hiring manager: when confronted with a candidate who has a disability, do you ask for a criminal background check as you normally would, or do you waive it, to prevent any appearance of discrimination? The answer may surprise you. Skipping the Check Is Discriminatory The basis of anti-discrimination laws…

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