Top talent is crucial to your company’s success. Without it, you’re not in business. That’s why no task on a CEO’s agenda is more important than recruiting and retaining top talent.

In today’s employment market, that takes work. A recent survey from the society for Human Resource Management found that 59 percent of HR executives list recruiting and rewarding the best employees as the biggest challenge their organization faces over the next decade.

I have often believed that small business owners are flexible, responsive and willing to try new things. They are also pretty optimistic when it comes to their businesses as reported by the NSBA’s Mid-Year Economic Report . But the big question is whether they are optimistic enough about business to spend money and where will they spend it.

One day you see it clearly. Your employees are acting like owners. How did it happen? When did it happen? Why did it happen? These are all good questions. Chances are if your employees are acting like owners it is because you treat them like owners. What are the signs? Here are five big ones.



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