As of 2018, there are 30.2 million small businesses in the U.S. accounting for 58.9 million jobs in the country. It’s no secret that
small businesses are a crucial part of the U.S. economy and their success
should be important to us all.
Managing a small business comes with a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Often times, simply deciding which goals or tasks to prioritize can be a full-time job in itself. As a small business owner, you are probably under a lot of pressure with little room for mistakes. It’s easy to become quickly overwhelmed when managing the million different moving parts of a business but the good news is there are ways to make managing a small business easier. Here are five of our best small business management tips for juggling day-to-day operations.
Seasonal restaurants may be increasing in
popularity, but are nothing new for areas like Door County, Wisconsin and other
vacation destinations. These restaurants typically operate through specific
dates of the year related to the weather and travel seasons. While the restaurant
industry can be challenging, seasonal restaurants face their own set of unique
challenges. Since these restaurants must pack all of their sales into just a
few months, hiring and keeping the right employees can make or break the
season. So, how does a seasonal restaurant owner retain top talent when they
only operate a few months out of the year?
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.
Is your team expanding? Read “Tips for Welcoming New Employees.”