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As a startup founder or new business owner, your first hire might well be in a non-operations area. But how do you know when you’re ready to hire your first operations employee? First, let’s define the word: Your company’s operations consist of all those work activities that are designed to create products or services, market...
With millennials increasingly on the job search, and talented young graduates still hunting for jobs during the ongoing crisis, it is time to think about how to attract the best talent for the best price for your business. Millennials (and even younger professionals as well) are often beneficial additions to your team, as they tend...
In a digital landscape, you are more likely to bump into younger workers than older workers. Why is this? Most older generations—those over the age of 65—are online. However, many aren’t aware of how to use technology and how often to check for job opportunities. In today’s world, you will have jobs that not many...

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