You can avoid the stress associated with an extended absence by cross-training your workers. If you teach Worker A to do Worker B’s job, and vice versa, not only does that give your staff more skills (which improves their value within the company), this can rescue productivity when someone is absent, or when an employee has an injury that no longer allows them to perform the job for which they were hired.
The beginning of a new year is a great time to reflect on what went well and not so well in the preceding year. Individuals do it, and so should businesses. It’s a good time to examine some of the mistakes we’ve made and learn from them. It’s also a good time to create some goals to help your business grow and, in turn, increase success. Here are five suggestions for resolutions you may want to adopt for your business in the New Year.
The rise of company-sponsored wellness programs is well documented in magazines and social media, alongside photos of the coolest and most unusual office spaces. While these might seem like ways of getting publicity, for many employers, investing in their workers and their lifestyle, elicits handsome returns.
This can be a hard time of year to speak to clients about making changes to their insurance package, but the risks of carrying an inadequate policy far outweigh the financial burden. Here’s an article that will help you speak to your clients about winter risks. Consider it an early holiday gift from us to you!