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How to Handle HR Issues In Your Small Business

This week on #Smallbizchat LIVE our show featured three guests, HR Expert Oginga Carr @OgingaCarr Sales Expert Shawn Karol Sandy @ShawnSandy1 and Veteran Entrepreneur @Twyla Garrett I pulled three of the best questions from each of them to share with you. Every third Wed of the month, Smallbizchat Live is broadcast on my SmallBizLady Facebook Page, YouTube channel and on Twitter @SmallBizLady. Oginga is an author, organizational structure expert and HR consultant. He brings 19 years of experience in Sales, Management, and Human Resources. Oginga focuses on productivity through structure and human capital development. He has trained tens of thousands of HR Professionals in 49 states.  He consults with and trains organizations in Human Resources and compliance. For more information SmallBizLady: How do I hire better employees? Oginga Carr: Finding an employee that is a proper fit for your organization is one of the more difficult issues for small businesses. To find a terrific employee, we must first be clear on what we need.  This requires a great job description. Our job description must include the minimum qualifications for the job, an expectation of the job duties, and the ergonomic, environmental, and physical needs of the job.  If we can be clear about the structural needs of the job, it makes it easier to find the employee we want. SmallBizLady: Does my business need a handbook? Oginga Carr: In a short answer, YES.  Your handbook decides the structure of your business.  We need a foundation to be able to achieve the vision of our business.  Once we have set the vision, the policies and procedures lead the way to that vision.  There aren’t that many laws.  We just need to set our organizational standards so that we can be consistent in our treatment of our employees. Lack of consistency is on of the biggest road blocks to running an effective team.  When we set standards, then monitor and adjust those standards as our organization grows and evolves, we can achieve the visions of our business.  A handbook is where we commit to those standards. SmallBizLady: Is my worker an employee…

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