It might be the season to be jolly, but for many, your business is going to be busier than ever as you wind down towards the holidays, and we all know that isn’t necessarily fun. So it makes this time of year the time when we think about business solutions the most.
Business leaders that are at the top of their field, and most effective in their roles need to have their fingers on the pulse of their companies. These three areas are what these business leaders monitor regularly.
Pretty much all small businesses are going to start out as one person (or a small group of people) with an idea. From day one, things can be busy to get it all off the ground, as the founder takes on all of the roles, but here are some tips for small business hiring success.
A lack of productivity is always a bad thing in your business. There are lots of causes, but these are just a few that you could address. These 3 areas can help you improve your business productivity.
Many a company starts out all modern and a product of the times, but it’s not long before they begin to look, well, a little bit dated. Things move fast in the business world, and if you’re not maintaining business relevance, then you’ll be at risk of falling behind.
If you're a manager, you know that one of the hardest parts of your job is managing the multiple personalities you have to deal with daily. But, managing each person doesn't have to be that hard. I'll walk you through the different DiSC profiles.
If you hate managing the accounting side of your business then thinking about your business budget is probably not your favorite activity. But, you can settle the battle between your business budgeting categories with a little bit of planning.
Your faithful employees work for you day in and day out. They are responsible for helping your business grow. They are deserve to reap some rewards for their hard work. These are some employee rewards examples you can start at your startup.
There is one relationship that can really make or break the success of a restaurant. It’s the relationship between the owner and the kitchen staff.
Employees will respond well to a show of appreciation for their efforts as it shows you have recognized their hard work. Just saying thank you can mean a lot to them, but a reward goes down well too.
The truth is that lots of corporate strategies are below par regarding training. Writing down a list of must-haves and churning out a PowerPoint presentation isn’t a program. It’s a surefire way to bore employees to tear and not improve their skills. If you want to do the opposite, you need to implement these four key strategies.
Not too sure what job hunters look for when they are in the market for a new position? Don’t worry; here’s a quick round-up of all the job perks that new recruits will want from your company.
In order for your brand to work, it needs to be embodied in everything you and your employees do. This is easy enough to enforce on the premises, but if you have employees working for you remotely from home or the road this is a little more challenging. You need to take steps to ensure that your employees are not only safe and responsible on the road, but that they are also properly representative of your brand in their actions and behavior.
There are a plethora of legal issues which could spell doom for your nascent business. It’s important that you familiarize yourself with the potential legal pitfalls so that you can save yourself a great deal of cost and preempt anything that could damage the all-important reputation of your business.
If you want to work on retaining your employees and you are struggling for ideas, check out these tips.
When talking about your business to others, you may naturally feel a sense of pride, even protection. When we start a company from the ground up and invest blood, sweat, and tears into our baby, it's natural that we can feel somewhat overprotective. But rather than viewing this as a negative, channeling your protective feelings into the right areas, will ensure that your business survives. So, with this in mind, what are the most prudent processes you should protect?
You will probably agree that there’s nothing at all that’s easy about running a business. In fact, you will most likely agree that running a business is one of the most life draining things that you will ever do. So, I want to try and simplify things a little bit for you.
Outsourcing is often met with a negative, or at least neutral, response. Outsourcing is, in fact, one of the greatest things for your business, and I’m going to put the myth that outsourcing is bad to rest and explain exactly why you need to rely on outsourcing.
Every startup needs to embrace technology in order to be successful. How do you do that? Read this post to find out!