Chapter 13
Investing in Your Employees
In This Chapter
• Providing employees with opportunities for professional development
• Establishing clear roles and responsibilities
• Acknowledging and rewarding excellent performance
• Managing employee compensation
Investing in your employees is important regardless of your size—and it isn’t difficult!
The need for growth and development is deeply imbedded in the human species. When employees feel they have opportunities to develop personally and professionally, they are more likely to become engaged in the business—which means you have more loyal, hard-working employees dedicated to the success of your enterprise. Employees who feel as if their contributions really matter and have opportunities for personal ...

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