Helping businesses and individuals increase their revenue, realize their true potential, and accomplish their goals is an exciting and rewarding career. But, as a business coach or a consultant, you need a beautiful and modern online presence.
So far in this series on HR for small business, we’ve looked at important human resources topics like hiring, training, and communication.
In today’s day and age, having a website is crucial for almost anyone, especially for business owners. Having a website allows you to present everything your business has to offer to the rest of the world.
In the business world, communication is a common problem. In a survey by training company Fierce Inc., 86% of respondents blamed lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.
Rome wasn’t built by one man, it was built by a team working together. While building Rome took hundreds of years and a lot of messengers running about, modern teams are lucky to have a lot of great software at their disposal. In fact, there’s almost too much good software. How do you pick the right tools for you and your small business? Well, we’re here to help.
If you’ve been in business a while, I’m sure you’ve heard the saying: “You’re only as good as the people you hire.”
Restaurants that invest considerable thought in their menus do better than those that don’t. Menu designs are vital in convincing customers to buy specific items. They also get them to return to try those that they didn’t have a chance to try the first time around. Selecting the right menu templates can make a big difference to a restaurant’s sales.
Does your small business need an employee handbook?
Whether you’re a growing business or already several years in existence, there is no denying it that you should have a system in place for answering your customers’ most pressing concerns. Documenting your processes and providing easy access to frequently asked questions is a great way to help both your customers and your employees.
Are you paying your employees enough?
When you launch your first online store, it’s easy to get optimistic about sales. For small businesses, an online storefront can broaden their reach and add to their revenue.