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The executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program believes creativity is a renewable resource and that we can tap into at any time.
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A tight labor market and desire to cut costs have caused small business owners to increasingly turn to independent contractors, rather than hire full-time employees.
Rising healthcare costs are prompting small businesses to consider high deductible insurance for their employees.
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Make your transition from in-house to outsourced as smooth, productive and profitable as possible.
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To create a successful business, you need top talent. Here are six benefits recruiters believe job seekers want the most.
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Trends for 2019 include managers handling performance management, executives using employee data for HR decisions and managerial check-ins replacing year-end performance reviews.