Why do people quit their jobs? It can be any
number of reasons, from non-motivational work
to new opportunities elsewhere, to poor pay or lack of purposeful connection
with the company culture. When a less than effective employee quits you might
feel some relief, but when a truly valuable and well-liked employee turns in
their resignation, it can really sting. The trick is to keep your employees
happy and fulfilled at work to retain your top talent.
What differentiates your business from the rest? Is it the amazing drink specials? Variety of food offerings? Or, perhaps your greatest strength lies with the diverse leadership team you’ve built. After all, quality of leadership is indicative of a successful and profitable business.
Leadership isn’t just about making decisions,
it’s about learning what works, what doesn’t, and the ability to pivot quickly
when necessary. A successful leader also knows when to take a step back to
evaluate the situation. As an aspiring manager, begin assessing your strengths
and weaknesses. What is your leadership style and how do you plan to grow
Nearly every reputable retail business and restaurant operates using a Point of Sale (POS) system. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find a brick-and-mortar store that DOESN’T have one these days. A good POS system keeps accurate records of cash flow, simplifies communication, and reinforces cyber security measures. Let’s take a closer look at the reasons why your restaurant needs a quality POS system as soon as possible.
Most people have heard about employee engagement within their companies, but few understand its importance. Employee engagement is a way to improve company culture, resulting in teams that are full of happy employees, increased productivity, and employee passion about the work they are doing. Featured below are nine ways that you can help your organization thrive.
Emails are a convenient way to communicate, but sometimes email exchanges take place too quickly and can leave you second-guessing your message. Even worse, your message may be misinterpreted. The key is to make sure you are communicating effectively and professionally via email.
In every business, issues arise that involve having a difficult conversation with a coworker. Whether it’s letting them know that a deadline wasn’t met, discussing negative performance, or working out personal conflicts, these conversations will come up. Here are the Do’s and Don’ts from Rebecca Knight, who writes for the Harvard Business Review. (more…)
Starting a new job is filled with unknowns. What is the company culture like? What is the management style? How will your boss communicate? Not knowing the answers to these questions can make the onboarding process a difficult transition.
Communication is the key to making the transition easier and starting off on the right foot with your new manager. Here are some tips: (more…)
The insurance tips and trends to help you make smart safety decisions for your business, plus an inside look at Society.