Man working in PJs Smallbusinesses can easily appeal to top talent by offering flexiblework schedules or remote roles. (Photo: Shutterstock)

If you're like many small business CEOs, you're probablythinking that despite some ongoing market volatility, your growthoutlook is pretty good this year, and you may be consideringadditional hiring. But with the nationalunemployment rate at 4 percent—just up from the all-time low of3.7 percent in October of 2018—the competitionfor talented workers is sure to be intense.

How can you position your company for success and entice new workers into the fold? Here arethree ideas that don't cost a lot of money but can make a bigdifference to your current employees, prospective hires, andoverall productivity in the coming year.

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