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Top HR mistakes made by startups and how to fix them

You know that to help your startup succeed, you have to have a competent, experienced, dedicated team. Unfortunately, though, many startups slip up when it comes to human resources, hiring, training, developing and retaining a great team. To help you avoid these all too common issues, we look at some top HR mistakes made by startups and how to fix them. Mistake #1: Not hiring a human resources person Whether you have a part-time, full-time or outsourced professional manage your HR, you need some...
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5 tips for startups making their first few hires

Did you know that the number three reason startups fail is they were unsuccessful hiring the right team in the beginning? Because of this, we want to look at what you should do and look for when putting together your new company's team. Let's look at five tips for startups making their first few hires.   Tip #1: Hire early If you can afford it, begin hiring your staff as soon as you need them. While the budget might be tight at first, you'll benefit from having extra brainpower in your earl...
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The truth about good habits and hyper productivity


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Bad habits at work

Whether you're new to the workforce or a seasoned professional, everyone has some bad habits that get in the way of living up to your fullest potential. If you feel like you're not working productively and struggling with your motivation, you probably have a few routines that are dragging you down. The key to eliminating your bad habits is not setting out to erase them, but to replace them. If you're guilty of checking your email too often to see what needs to be done next, replace that habit by...
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Benefits of outsourcing payroll for startups

Did you know that business consultants often recommend outsourcing non-core functions? A non-core function is one that isn't part of your profit center. It's something you don't charge your customers for. While a non-core function is often essential to your successful operation, it isn't what sets you apart from the competition, so it can be outsourced. It's also of the utmost importance to your staff. Payroll is a non-core function and one you should certainly think about outsourcing. To help y...
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