Your people are your greatest asset. We often discuss HR departments in the context of large companies, which create a human capital strategy that pushes their business forward by leveraging their people. For small businesses, a human capital strategy is equally as important, even if it may not be top of mind very often.
What are some of the trends you are seeing in small business, or what are some of the struggles you’re seeing small businesses face when it comes to managing people?
What are some ways that small business can start creating a human capital strategy, if they don’t have one already, or transform their current human capital strategy?