High staff turnover is the bane of any employer.
It’s especially frustrating when you lose staff when they are on the cusp of becoming the high performer that you have trained them to be.
So how do you ensure that team morale is maintained and your key staff want to stay with you?
Here are four ways you can raise up great leaders who want to stick… Continue
Added by Chris Wilkinson on April 22, 2015 at 12:48 —
“What do you say to the nice Lady?”
You hear parents say something similar to their children all the time. The child is given something and we teach them to say thank you. It’s polite, it’s nice. It’s basic manners.
Why is it then, that in business we often forget… Continue
Added by James Nathan on April 20, 2015 at 16:26 —
As time passes, everything evolves. With this evolution, how we see the world changes as well.
Everything advances and moves forward either to get better or, unfortunately, worse. Change is the one thing we should all prepare and adapt to in order to… Continue
Added by Steve Mills on April 17, 2015 at 4:30 —
How do you resolve conflicts and performance issues in the workplace?
I am a certified executive coach and trainer, with an HR background in numerous industries including international Fortune 500 firms. Here at Kapital HR, we use a sophisticated tool called the Profiles Performance Indicator to reveal an individual’s job performance as well as aspects of their personality that… Continue
Added by Sharon Klue on April 16, 2015 at 16:33 —
Coming Up with Berkshire Marketing Business Strategies
There are different online Berkshire marketing business strategies that you can use. If you have been in business for a while, you should be aware of the different strategies you need to apply in order to get leads for your business.
It is common knowledge that… Continue
Added by Steve Mills on April 12, 2015 at 11:53 —
Getting cheated on is one of the things that we avoid like a plague online and offline. It is one of the most unpleasant and unfortunate events that could happen to any business owner. It is more tragic if it happens to small business owners that are still starting.
When it does happen, people end up wasting precious resources and time. When it comes to internet and marketing, every move you make should count. You have to think strategically and decide with a… Continue
Added by Steve Mills on April 10, 2015 at 14:30 —
One of the biggest gripes of job-seekers is a lack of communication after an unsuccessful interview.
This is a very tricky field for anyone involved in recruitment – whether that be the head of a small business or the HR department of a large corporation.
Nobody wants to be labelled as unfair or – worse – the…
Added by Chris Wilkinson on April 8, 2015 at 16:45 —
When did you last increase the prices of your products or services?
As consumers, we expect to see prices increase over time in line with inflation, but as business owners, we often hesitate when it comes to putting our own prices up, nervous of the impact it may have on the relationship we enjoy with our customers. You can be certain that your suppliers’ costs and other overheads will only go in one direction though, and if you don’t keep pace, you’ll very quickly… Continue
Added by Graham Carson on April 8, 2015 at 11:03 —
If you are planning to market your business in Berkshire but do not have enough budget for it, do not fret. There are ways where you can successfully and effectively market your business to increase your reach.
One of the best internet marketing secrets is referral marketing. This type of marketing does not require for you to shell out money. You will be using your clients as an instrument to market your business through referring your company to their friends,… Continue
Added by Steve Mills on April 1, 2015 at 16:30 —
Hi I am looking for a space to Teach Beauty and Holistic Training for 6- 10 people in the Woodley Area. Any advice would be appreciated thanks
Added by Carol Green on April 1, 2015 at 13:07 —
Business owners work hard for every penny they earn, so you’d think taking a strategic approach to optimising their own remuneration would be top of their ‘to do’ list. Not always – we frequently come across directors of limited companies who are simply taking money out of their company on an ad hoc basis, expecting their accountant to allocate it at the year-end as a loan,… Continue
Added by Graham Carson on April 1, 2015 at 13:03 —