Ryan Ayers

About Ryan Ayers

Ryan Ayers is a strategy and management consultant with over five years of experience in multiple industries including information technology, medical devices and logistics. Many clients call him the BizTech Guru. He is a freelance writer on the side and lover of all things related to business, technology, innovation and the LA Clippers.

The Pros and Cons of Hiring Contractors

Hiring the right team is key for your business’s ongoing success, but you don’t always need to fill all positions permanently. Sometimes, it makes sense to hire short-term or even long-term contractors. Contractors are more

By |Talent Management|

Traditional Ideas of Professionalism: Are They Right for Your Organization?

It’s a new era in business. Offices have no cubicles, few walls and fewer offices, and people walk around in jeans and t-shirts every day of the week. And yet, they’re getting things done—they’re building

By |Company culture|

Hiring Employees Who Thrive in an Innovative Workplace

Innovation: it’s one of the most important words to ever come into the workplace, and with good reason. Innovation is what drives growth and pushes companies to new heights, markets, and technologies. However, building a

By |Employee engagement|

Understanding How the Millennial Workforce Operates

Millennials aren’t just skipping school and driving social media growth anymore: they’re a growing part of the workforce, and will soon become the largest segment of workers in the United States. Technology, recession, and other

By |HR Trends, Talent Management|

Motivating Employees to Give Back and Volunteer

Employee Volunteer Programs should be a part of every small business and corporation. Volunteering allows employees to develop character traits, such as compassion, empathy and humility. Volunteering also helps employees have a more positive outlook

By |Workplace happiness|

Understanding the Benefits of an Unlimited Vacation Policy

Do you have any friends with an unlimited vacation policy? Announcing that is a sure way to drop some jaws, but it’s actually become very common in the United States, especially among startups. There’s a

7 Factors That Determine Workplace Happiness Levels

Take a look around your office. Who’s happy? If everyone looks like they’d rather be at the dentist than at their desks, you’ve got a problem. You may offer competitive salaries, but money isn’t everything

By |Workplace happiness|