To say that a small business owner has to multi-task is an understatement. While business owners often do an impressive job at managing their operations, there are certain areas where it's essential to bring in a professional who has expertise. One of these areas is human resources. Even if you think you have everything under control, there are some telltale signs that might indicate otherwise; learn how to spot them.
9 December 2019
If you have a construction company, you know that it can be a very up and down kind of business. Sometimes you have enough work for a whole lot of people, and sometimes you don't. While you do everything you can to make sure that you always have work for the employees you have, sometimes it just doesn't work out. But then, when you do end up with more work, you don't need to end up having to hire people that you eventually have to lay off — you have other options too.
29 July 2019
Even though many businesses have in-house human resources departments, this isn't the case for all companies. For many smaller businesses, outsourcing human resources tasks to a human resource services company can be a good choice. These are a few reasons why this might be a good option for your business. 1. Cut Costs In a bigger company, there might be tasks for human resources staff members to do all the time.
25 April 2017
As a business, being available to speak with current and potential customers is essential. When customers reach a voicemail when calling to place an order or ask questions, they may become upset. An easy solution is to hire an answering service company to take care of after-hours calls when your company is not open for business or when receptionists are not able to take calls. There are a number of reasons to hire an answering service company, such as:
7 April 2017
The threat of a fire destroying the business that you have worked so hard to create is always a concern, but in the restaurant business, this kind of threat is even bigger than usual. At any given time in a restaurant, there could be open flames, hot oil, grease, and many other opportunities for a fire to get started. One of the most important things you can do to protect the livelihood of your business is to schedule a consultation with a fire protection engineer.
10 August 2016