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Smart Strategies, HR

Smart strategies: Prepare now for the next economic slowdown

Business owners and their executives have a responsibility to anticipate multiple scenarios that could disrupt their company’s success. I advise having a pre-determined action plan for the unforeseen event(s) or conditions that could derail them in working toward their objectives. These plans work toward surviving a major economic downturn.

Appreciation recognition

Smart Strategies: Appreciation vs. Recognition

It’s a safe bet to say we are all different. We all have different communication styles, ways of thinking and making decisions, and individual motivations. Why should the way we go about showing appreciation be any different? I intentionally used the word appreciation versus recognition because there’s a big difference and impact between the two […]

pay equality

Smart Strategies: Small business guide to pay equality

As a business owner, I have always believed in the philosophy of paying employees what I needed to hire the right person for the right job. I certainly could not afford to pay them more than they needed, or asked for, and every dollar saved would be reinvested into growing my business. This seemed like […]

college recruitment

Smart Strategies: Creating a college recruitment strategy

After Labor Day, the busy season for college recruitment is on. University campuses across the U.S. are welcoming incoming freshmen, and a few weeks into the school year they’ll be rolling out the red carpet for corporate recruiters. Between job fair registration, booth presentation, collateral and travel, college recruitment can seem overwhelming to an employer. […]

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