The term Golden handcuffs came about in the 1970’s. It was a phrase that described the reason a highly paid employee committed to a company. In present terms, this has grown to encompass all employees. Stock options, 401k matching, vesting, are all examples of ways that corporate America has tried to entice employees to stay. Well, what about small businesses? Here are three tips to create Golden handcuffs for your small business if you can’t compete with large corporations on compensation or benefits.
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Every business, small or large, struggles with finding the best employee for the job. Small businesses have the added challenge of tackling this issue with a smaller budget and less personnel to handle the task. So how do you do it? Here are three tips that make it easier to find that perfect employee!
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Years ago I realized that my talent was in writing, not in art. My writing started as an extension of my drawings. While I’ve been honing my skill in prose and narrative, I have not done the same with graphic design and drawing. I need an artist that can fully recognize the potential in the art that created the 2 Kingdoms Universe. If you know anyone, send them my way. This site needs some artwork! It’s naked!