Most small business owners want to be good employers, but they need practical resources and advice to make changes that improve stability and mobility for workers. Through Reimagine Retail, Pacific Community Ventures developed and piloted Good Jobs, Good Business, a how-to guide for small business owners that makes a business case for investing in workers and offers actionable guidance and resources on hiring, training, employee engagement, wages, benefits, and scheduling. You can find the full toolkit on PCV’s website, along with case studies from businesses that used the toolkit and improved business performance and worker experience.
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