Staffing
Have you ever found yourself making statements like these?
Inspirational leaders have commandments they work and live by. Commandments, or guidelines, lay the critical foundation for the development of leadership and business solutions.
When hiring a new person, it’s very likely that you will review their resume, CV or professional profile and assess how their experience might apply to what your team needs.
At the best of times, managing co-workers and dealing with conflict between staff members can be challenging.  What can a business owner do to smooth out business dynamics when the staff is a relative? The International Pizza Expo had recently explored some slices of life (see what I did, there?) with their panel discussion on working with your family.
Used poorly or ignored, investments can destroy a business. Of all investments, spiritual capital is the single investment that catalyzes all others. It serves as an internal power source to motivate people to work harder and smarter for an organization. Spiritual capital is not defined in a religious context here, nor as part of an organized belief system.
Doesn’t it seem that business is more competitive than it used to be? ABC, a company that previously dominated their marketplace, suffered staggering losses in their previous fiscal year. It became blindingly apparent that what had worked in the past was no longer effective, and the company president had no idea how to fix things.
Joan was sitting at a round table when a hand descended over her right shoulder and slapped a piece of paper down on the wooden surface. A permission slip lay before her. Joan wondered, “Why do I need a permission slip?” 
Tri-Mach Group announced the opening of their new Western Division, based out of the Winnipeg area.
When bad hiring happens, everyone suffers. Finding the right person for a position is part art and part science. Follow these ten steps to get the right candidate for your business.
In the wake of the Hardie sexual misconduct scandal and the #MeToo movement, people in the food industry need to learn how to foster a positive workplace culture to strengthen their business.
Although Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield may have been right about love relationships when they penned their hit, “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do,” when it comes to business, that notion rings less true.
Not so long ago, most people in the workplace received feedback once-a-year during a performance review. An employee didn’t expect a development plan, a career track, or anyone to take an interest in his or her professional growth.
When baby boomers took their first “real” jobs upon entering the workforce, their demands and expectations were ridiculously low by today’s standards. On their first day on the job they got an employee handbook that they took home and scanned while eating dinner or watching TV. Company training, if there was any, was minimal.
One of the most important and critical aspects of a bakery operation is in recruiting the right employees. Finding the right people to work in your bakery is not easy. Hiring can be very frustrating.
Toronto – The Ontario government passed a host of changes to labour laws Wednesday. Here are some highlights of the legislation, including the centrepiece minimum wage increase.
According to one Gallup poll, 50 per cent of employees leave their job because of their bosses. However other studies have shown that employees can leave for a number of other reasons such as opportunity, better pay, or more responsibility.
With the generational and workforce demographic challenges adversely impacting everybody's ability to attract, hire, engage, develop and retain people, you need a leg up on ensuring that you are putting your best foot forward in the employee selection process.
Rubbing shoulders with successful people has demonstrated that they all share certain characteristics. There are six traits that all successful people have in common, and they serve as drivers to success. Some of those people came by the traits naturally. Others learned the traits one at a time from various sources.
For bakeries across the country, a successful holiday season comes down to detailed planning and preparation. As customers line up for their favourite seasonal treats and large holiday party orders are placed, smooth sailing can quickly turn into chaos without advanc planning of products, ingredients and staffing.
Matthew and Janice are entrepreneurs who’ve been in business for nearly two years. They recently decided to attend a leadership conference to help them remain competitive leaders/entrepreneurs in a global economy.
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