Businesses Have Lots of Ways to Measure Employee Performance, But Performance Alone Is Not Good Enough to Maintain A Successful Organization.
Hiring an employee can often be a daunting task. The risk of making a bad hire can cost a business both time and money.
A job description can help make sound hiring and operation decisions. Having the right people with the right knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitude at the right time are critical to the future success of any business.
Many small businesses do not have an employee handbook, yet an employee handbook is one of the most important documents that a small business can have to prevent exposure to wrongful termination lawsuits, and a vital tool to set proper expectations with new employees.