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Problem: Finding Employees With Specialized Skills

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Finding qualified employees is a top concern for independent business owners, according to the latest jobs report from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). “Eighty-seven percent of owners who hired or tried to hire reported difficulty finding qualified workers” …

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Survey: How Does Your Employee Compensation Compare?

Employee Compensation

Do you know how much businesses similar to yours are paying their cashiers or how much they spend on workers’ health insurance? Employee compensation is a massive investment for your operation. Knowing what your peers throughout the industry are doing …

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Team Building at HPM Building Supply

At HPM in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, employees regularly participate in team-building activities. The benefits of those times together are numerous, including improved communication, camaraderie among employees who don’t normally work together and increased respect for each other. In this video, Tracie …

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How to Build, and Maintain, a Positive Business Culture

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Click the picture to download a PDF of this story. By Jesse Carleton, jcarleton@nrha.org, Chad Husted, chusted@nrha.org, and Liz Lichtenberger, llichtenberger@nrha.org Despite an enviable location in Hawaii, HPM has survived its share of hard times. Established in 1921 during the Great Depression, it survived a …

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Exec: Ace Creates ‘Potent Combination’ With Big-Box Hires

Ace Hardware

Ace Hardware’s latest high-level hires came from three of the large public companies that compete with Ace stores—and that’s an advantage, according to the co-op. Many of Ace’s corporate positions are filled with people whom Ace has promoted internally. But …

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Department of Labor Reconsiders Overtime Pay Increase

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The Department of Labor announced it is requesting feedback from the Office of Management and Budget on a proposed policy that would make millions more Americans eligible for overtime pay, reports The Washington Post. The policy was introduced by the …

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Lowe’s Tests Robotic Suits on Virginia Store Employees

A handful of employees at a Lowe’s store in Virginia have traded in their uniforms for something designed to help lighten the load—exoskeletons. The home improvement company and Virginia Tech joined forces to develop what they dubbed an “exosuit—a wearable robotic …

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Dealing With Money Fights in a Family Business

family business

Disagreements are expected in any family dynamic, but when you add business to the mix, things can get even more complicated. Family businesses experience fewer conflicts that non-family businesses, according to the Harvard Business Review. However, when problems such as financial …

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