Once you have your business plan finished, your funding is in, your location is chosen, and all you need is staff - there is one last thing. You need to design their uniforms. If you are in an office, you can still create some apparel for them. Many corporations...
Finding the perfect team for your business can be challenging, even more so when you are limited only to workers that can fully commit to working from your physical location. While it is possible to find some candidates, who can fit that criteria there is also a chance of...
Many leaders are not natural-born leaders. Many leaders end up in the role of being a leader because they have been good at their job and with promotions comes more money and more responsibility and quite often the management of a team. Being a great salesman doesn't mean that...
It does not matter if your business is in an office, a factory, a store, a warehouse, a construction site, or any other type of business - you have the same legal requirement to ensure it is a safe working environment for your employees. Some employers see safety and...
When we think of business recruitment, it is easy to think of it within narrow lines. A full-time or part-time employee who works on a daily or weekly basis, given a salary or an hourly payment, subject to the benefits of a recruitment package or not. We think of...
Everyone has experienced that feeling of nervousness the night before starting a job. But when you’re on the other side of that, when you’re the person who has hired a new employee, what should you do to make sure that they integrate seamlessly and happily into your company? Here...
Employment benefits packages offered in most jobs didn’t used to be such a big deal, but employers have realised that to attract and retain the best talent, a package of benefits is necessary. The salary alone isn’t always the deciding factor to potential employees either. For instance, for a...
Your employees spend hundreds of hours each year in your offices, slogging away and getting their tasks and jobs done. They do it for their livelihood and for career development, but they also stick around because they like what your business has to offer. Ensuring that your staff can...
Regardless of the size of your business, you realize the value employees add to your success. As a leader, you want to see maximum productivity for yourself and your employees. While positive reinforcement can help keep your boat afloat, failing to provide for the needs of employees and ignoring...
As a business owner, it is both your legal and moral duty to protect your employees. In short, you need to focus on your 'duty of care.'If you don't, and you are negligent in any way, then several things might happen.Your employees might leave your employ due to...