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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work!
July 8 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Your staff is fundamental to your small business’s success. Learn how to effectively recruit & hire great people.
About this event
There are a lot of job opportunities for the current workforce to choose from. Is your business competitive with other employers? Smart organizations will create a workplace culture that is progressive and attractive to both the owners and their team members.
This unique webinar will provide a fresh and dynamic approach to human resource management for microenterprises and small businesses with 10 or less employees. Edward C. Hopson, CBAManaging Principal at Hopson Communications and Coaching will explain methods to improve productivity, profitability, and overall employee morale. He will cover strategies on:
- Employee recruitment
- Staff retention
Business owners and entrepreneurs that really want to grow their firms and multiply their efforts should not miss this informative and updated approach to HR management.
Edward C. Hopson, CBA has been hiring and managing employees since his early 20’s and is an active member of The Cleveland Society for Human Resource Management (CSHRM). Right before starting his own communications and coaching firm, he was the Manager of Recruiting & Training at NVP Warranty and a Graduate Assistant Trainer for Dale Carnegie & Associates.
Founded in 1967, the mission of Burton D. Morgan Foundation is to champion the entrepreneurial spirit. Morgan Foundation serves youth, collegiate and adult entrepreneurs by cultivating transformative opportunities and interlocking networks.
The Economic & Community Development Institute’s Women’s Business Centers of Ohio guide individuals at any stage of the business process. Through one-on-one counseling sessions with WBC staff and volunteers, you can get the direction and resources to meet your goals. Business advisers want to help you successfully start a business, or grow and expand your existing business — increasing revenue and creating jobs for the local economy.
The WBCs present training workshops regularly to provide access to small business knowledge at no charge. They are the only SBA-funded Women’s Business Centers in the state.