Each and every business owner has their own set of values and expectations. These values shape the way you work and how you want or need others to work with you. When your business grows to the point where you need extra help, start with a good foundation to build a team from. This goes for solopreneurs, entrepreneurs or even those reaching for the corporate world.
The Director of HR on Call, Melissa Behrend was interviewed by websites 4 Small Business about her business and this interview can be found by following the link HR On Call.
“If you’re the owner or manager of a small to medium business, you may have considered hiring a human resources consultant to help with your HR obligations and challenges. There are a lot of areas where SMBs get into trouble with their HR, such as:
We come across a number of businesses in our travels which still grapple with whether the people who work for them are employees or subcontractors. Just because a person states they are a contractor, they have their own ABN (or ACN), a registered business name, and sends an invoice, does not always mean they are a contractor. As a business employing the person you need to look at the whole working arrangement.
This blog has been re-posted with permission from Daniel Priestley and the team at Key Person of Influence
Personality branding – The third brand your business needs.
There are three layers of branding your business needs to consider:
Product – The brands we associate to a product or service we can buy e.g.: “iPod”
Company – The brands we associate to a company we can buy from e.g.: “Apple”