small business team

Teamwork is indispensable — and almost unavoidable –in the context of a small business. You might have only three or four employees in your core team working in close quarters, or upwards of 20 or 30 on your payroll  — either way, you’ll depend on each other to progress your business and get to know each other well.

The closer your team is on a personal and professional level, the more efficient and motivated they’re going to be. They’ll enjoy coming to work, talk freely about their thoughts and concerns, and rely on each other for support during challenging circumstances. The problem is, you can’t force people to be closer together. You can, however, take measures to ensure your small business team works together as closely as possible:

1. Build a Strong Small Business Team from the Beginning

Your first job is to select and assemble team members who are capable of working together. When hiring the core employees of your startup team, look for people with high levels of energy and a

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Source: Small Business Trends