One of the biggest failings in modern business practices is the loss of motivation in the workplace. There’s no denying that a pay cheque plays a big factor when it comes to why your employees come to work every day, but money can’t solve everything.
2018 was a tough year for many small business owners, and unfortunately, this trend is one likely to continue in 2019. However, there are ways that you can unlock your organisation’s growth and revenue potential, largely through improving operational and managerial efficiencies. Continue reading “5 Trends for Small Businesses in 2019”
Employee development is one of the most crucial parts of any business, and it’s also the most rewarding. However, for some reason it is often the most overlooked aspect of business and something managers leave till last on their to do list. Continue reading “How To Develop Your Employees”
There’s no denying that the idea of starting a new business can be a daunting one. There are several aspects that need to considered, and there needs to be plenty of planning and patience before anything can come to fruition.
Many of us spend most of our days at work, sometimes we spend more time with our co-workers then we do with friends and family. This means that we can find the best of friends at work, but this also means that we may find ourselves arguing and getting into conflicts with our co-workers and we often take this conflict home with us. Continue reading “How to Handle Conflict at Work”
Once you have decided to start your own business one option to look at is opening a franchise. A franchise is a type of license that a person is given which gives them access to a business’s proprietary knowledge, their brand and processes and allows the franchisee to sell the product or service using that business’s name. Continue reading “What Makes a Franchise Successful?”