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Managing People in a Small Business

by John Stredwick

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Employees are a major factor in the long-term development of any small business. For such businesses, people can sometimes be the only real asset they possess, so the effect of business decisions on employees should be the primary consideration. Personnel issues are also more likely to determine the success of a small or growing business more so than for their larger counterparts. This book is a broad guide to matters affecting the management of people in small businesses. Drawing on his vast experience of personnel issues, John Stredwick tackles all the key topics, including: * Recruitment and selection; * Improving performance; * Training and development; * Rewarding employees; * Legal considerations; * Disciplining and dismissing staff. "Managing People in a Small Business" is an invaluable reference for anyone involved with a small enterprise. Whether you are the owner of a start-up or the manager of a more developed organization with over 100 employees, the reliable advice provided is equally relevant. Improve the way you manage your people, get the best from them and get the right procedures in place from the start.

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"Employees are a major factor in the long-term development of any small business. For such businesses, people can sometimes be the only real asset they possess, so the effect of business decisions on employees should be the primary consideration. Personnel issues are also more likely to determine the success of a small or growing business - more so than for their larger counterparts. This book is a broad guide to matters affecting the management of people in small businesses. Drawing on his vast experience of personnel issues, John Stredwick tackles all the key topics, including: recruitment and selection; improving performance; training and development; rewarding employees; legal considerations; and disciplining and dismissing staff." -- BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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