All in all, 2020 was a doozy of a year. The new decade brought with it a number of new workplace trends for many employers, including new sanitary needs, social distancing, and even a transition to work-from-home options. Here’s how you can use workplace trends to remain competitive.
With COVID-19 continuing to wreak havoc on company operations nationwide, we need business resilience now more than ever. So what is business resilience, why does it matter, and how do you get it? Read on to find out.
Another year, another chance to grow your small business. So, do you want to know how to improve business? Unfortunately, there’s no magic formula for achieving better business results. You can, however, set yourself up for success now and throughout the year.
The famous saying, “Always Be Closing,” only rings true when you have the best salespeople on your team to get the job done.
Is one of your workers going down the rabbit hole of idleness? If so, you may consider putting them on an employee performance improvement plan (PIP).
If you work 40 hours per week, you spend nearly a quarter of your time in the workplace. Spending so much time in one place can make you susceptible to illness, fatigue, and poor eating habits. Do you struggle with staying healthy at work?
You’ve likely heard the saying, Nothing worth having comes easy. When it comes to developing your workforce, understand that you won’t just happen upon the perfect team. As the leader of your business and staff, you need to know how to build a high-performing team.
Handling stress at work is critical for your (and your company’s) health. Approximately 60% of workers experience stress three or more work days per week. And, 41% of small business owners cite their companies as their top stressor.