Your employees are stressed. And it has nothing to do with the work you’re giving them or the office politics or whose cubicle is 2 inches bigger than anyone else’s. Well, okay, that last one may be causing some additional stress… But the truth is financial stress is on the rise, and there’s no way […] The post Addressing Employees’ #1 Stressor Head-On appeared first on SmallBizClub.
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An essential part of running any business is taking the time to schedule employees effectively. However, for many employers, the process is often disorganized, time consuming and in some cases, downright frustrating. Shift scheduling is often frustrating for your workers, too, since everyone wants a job with a flexible schedule. The good news is, there […] The post 5 Helpful Tips to Optimize Your Employee Schedule appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Training is one of the most critical areas to funnel resources into for your business. Giving people the training, skills, and information they need to be successful in their jobs is crucial to the long-term success of your business. Go2HR reports, “A recent survey indicates that 40 percent of employees who receive poor job training […] The post 3 Easy Ways to Educate Your Employees While They Work appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Are you a newly founded vegan business looking for support in order to take your endeavor to the next level? If so we have an exciting opportunity for you! Lilac James is a Google certified full services marketing agency with a vegan core. In celebration of our 10th anniversary we’re giving one lucky vegan business […] The post Pitch Your Vegan Startup to Win 3 Months of Professional Marketing Support appeared first on SmallBizClub.
By 2020, millennials will comprise of roughly 50 percent of the global workforce. Just like the emergence of any other generation, companies will have to deal with a new set of challenges and create a different working environment and culture for their talents. Today, millennials are inevitably becoming a larger influence on the future of our […] The post How to Empower Your Team to Build a Culture You’re Proud Of appeared first on SmallBizClub.
As an entrepreneur, you should treat gossip among the members of your team as a reduction in productivity at best, and at worst, an indication of unhappy, un-empowered, or non-collaborative employees. As a leader, you should be asking yourself if you are the problem, and working hard to improve the situation before it gets out […] The post 6 Reasons Why Office Gossip is Bad for Your Business appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Creating a culture of learning is stressed as important at the start of childhood development, but continued education is also vital to professionals — especially on a personal level. A culture of learning provides a rich and dynamic environment that affects employee happiness and productivity — how they innovate, create and why. When employees feel […] The post How to Build and Promote a Culture of Learning appeared first on SmallBizClub.
In the past when planning for a career, many people wanted to avoid being stuck in a cubicle for 8+ hours a day, 5 days a week. The lack of activity, dread of boredom and conforming to hierarchies was something workers were terrified to have in their lives. It definitely wasn’t the way they wanted […] The post The New Office Normal: Bringing Fido to Work appeared first on SmallBizClub.
It’s no secret that technology has revolutionized the way we work. Thanks to mobile technology, it’s easier than ever before for people to get up from their desks and collaborate anywhere in the workplace. Not only is collaboration good for employee morale and engagement, it’s extremely beneficial for the company as a whole. The more […] The post 5 Ways to Encourage Collaboration in the Workplace appeared first on SmallBizClub. Powered by WPeMatico