Did you know your company has an employment brand? Whether by design or default (usually by default) every company has its own employment brand. I talk to many small business owners who tell me they have difficulty attracting and retaining the talent they need to grow their businesses.
Remember the days when we relied on ledger books, fax machines, and hard copy memos to conduct business? Technology has certainly changed the way we run our companies by helping us function quicker and more efficiently.
In this digital age, virtually every company receives customer feedback online. It takes just a few clicks for potential customers to find a wealth of information from your client base about your company.
Training is one of those things that managers frequently cut when dollars and resources are scarce. However, I believe regular training is so necessary if employees are to remain current and effective in their job requirements.
Hiring employees is one of the most difficult and expensive aspects of building a business. Therefore, I’ve created a four step process to help you make sure you’re investing in the right talent from the beginning.
Have you ever stopped to think about exactly how much worked goes into getting the things we buy from the manufacturers to our homes/workplaces/bodies? It’s truly mind boggling to contemplate exactly how complicated that work is and when you own a business that buys and sells things, I don’t know if any of us can truly understand.
For many businesses, summers tend to move slowly. The days are longer, the weather is nicer, and most businesses report experiencing a lull during the hotter months. While that’s not necessarily bad, it can still affect how a business runs.
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