The path to business success? Treat employees as assets, not expenses

FLORENCE, Ala. – Any number of factors can cause businesses to struggle: a lack of working capital, poor planning and/or ineffective management.But one factor that always affects business performance is employee engagement and the degree to which employees feel valued by their company, according to Bill Lyons, the ForbesBooks author of “We Are HR: The Business Owner’s Definitive Guide to Professional Employer Organizations.”“Your company’s profitability depends on its people – and you want your team to be composed of the brightest and the best,” Lyons, who also is the CEO of Lyons HR, one of the largest privately held Professional Employer Organizations in the country, said. “In this labor market, to recruit and retain the best people you have to first make your
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