You searched long and hard to find employees that provide the right fit for your business. The last thing you want after months of training is to have them search for another job. Listed below are a few tips to keep your employees loyal to your business.
Did you know that there is a serious market for antiques? In fact, people are willing to spend decent money on vintage items and collectibles ranging from furniture and coins to jewelry and paintings. Like any business venture, it will take time and effort to build an inventory and find a target audience interested in purchasing on a regular basis, but in the end, just one sale could be worth the investment. If you’re interested in starting an antique store (online or brick and mortar), here are some things you’ll need to know.
There are a lot of different ways to cut costs as a business owner, and technology is one of your most useful tools in the budget-cutting toolbox. Tech tools for your business will not only save money, but they save time too.
As your business prepares to reopen or expand its operations, it is important to establish a checklist to ensure a smooth resumption of work. The checklist should include tasks related to health and safety on the premises as well as standard facility functions.
It’s important to refer to CDC guidelines for reopening businesses, but in the meantime, here are some suggested steps for returning to the office later this summer:
Are you thinking of optimizing your workplace to increase productivity and efficiency? If so, there are several adjustments and improvements you can make without stretching your budget. Moreover, now that employees are working from home due to the shelter-in-place orders, it’s the right time to make these changes as your workplace is empty.