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Hiring & Firing

Companies like Amazon and Zappos offer employees cash to quit their jobs as a way to protect their office culture and bottom line.

If you expected a winner but got a loser last time you hired, here are 5 ways to change things for the better now and the next time around.

Outsourcing's smarter twin, insourcing brings activities in-house, giving employees new opportunities while saving you money.

The risks of hiring a friend are legion, but if you can't help yourself, follow these tips for your best chance at a productive business relationship.

If you're having trouble attracting or keeping top talent, it might be time to turn an analytical eye toward your company's culture.

Watching how Rupert Murdoch handles the transition of leadership reveals lessons on the right and wrong way to handle succession.

Before you start interviewing for your next open position, review these 10 tips to find out what questions are just plain wrong or even illegal.

Small businesses aren't hiring like they used to, adding only 72,000 jobs last month. What's behind this dip in hiring?

Personal issues often have a way of leaking into your employees' work lives. Before you step in, stop and ask yourself these 3 questions.

Got a small business problem that needs fixing? Our experts are here to help.

David Meerman Scott and Christiane Lemieux answer questions about middle management and online communities.

Small-business owners in Kansas City, Missouri are fighting against a regulatory fee placed on employees who work in places that serve alcohol.