“I can’t afford to pay my employee overtime, so I made them salaried.”
I get this type of email from readers all the time. In every case, it’s a small (and often family-owned) business and the owner has no clue that you can’t just “decide” to make someone salaried.
Being a first-time manager ain’t easy. There are tons of employment laws and it’s pretty hard to memorize them all. Plus, managing people is just plain hard. How are you supposed to balance your employees’ needs with what’s truly best for your business?
That’s why business owners tend to make a lot of rookie missteps. Luckily, here are five mistakes you can easily avoid.
To keep reading, click here: I See Way Too Many Business Owners Make These 5 Management Mistakes
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I have checked this one “I See Way Too Many Business Owners Make These 5 Management Mistakes”, those are very helpful for an entrepreneur or any Business Owner or a Manager in order to treat people in an effective manner and one of them is Recruiting People. Hiring or Referring employee’s Friend’s or Cousins is not an issue but checking whether they suits for the role or not will definitely makes a sense. Wish to see much more like this. Thanks for Sharing.
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