You are beginning to notice the signs of discontent in your office. Employees are stressed. They are snapping at one another. They are missing important deadlines. They are using their sick days to avoid critical interactions. These are all signs that your staff is overworked. As a manager, what can you do about it? How… Read more »
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Make 2017 the Best Year Ever – How to Take Your Company to the Next Level This Year
Most people agree that 2016 was a bit of a disappointment as far as year’s go. There were lots of reasons to become disgruntled, from celebrity deaths to politics. That is why many individuals and companies have been resolute in making 2017 a better year. So how can you take your company to the next… Read more »
Four Tips to Rally Your Team and Improve Their Productivity
Are you looking to improve your overall team for jobs in the Tampa Bay area? If so, you may benefit from these tips to rally your team and improve their overall productivity in the job. How can you do that and still maintain good employment and management practices? How can you create excitement, a sense… Read more »
What is Your Company Vision? Where Do You Want Your Company to be in 5 years?
The future of your company is as important as the present. In fact, some would argue it is more important. You probably have a mission statement, but what is next? What are your long term goals? Careful planning now can put your organization on the right track for success in the coming years. And it… Read more »
3 Incentives for the Modern Employee…That aren’t Money!
Everyone loves to be rewarded for hard work. It is no wonder that money is a top motivator for employees to stay productive and efficient, and that includes salaries and bonuses. But money isn’t everything, so what else can you do to encourage your staff to stay on top of their game. Here are some… Read more »
Are You Pushing Your Employees Past Their Breaking Point?
As a manager, you want to encourage you employees to be productive and work to their full potential. But are your methods actually making them feel underappreciated or overworked? If you’re pushing your employees past their breaking point, you could find yourself with bigger problems to contend with, like high turnover, a bad reputation, and… Read more »
Can You Dictate What Your Employees Wear in the Office?
Dress codes seem like simple things. You establish rules for what your employees can and can’t wear in the office and if they violate that policy, there are consequences spelled out. However, dress codes can be slightly more complicated for employers. There may be some requirements that you haven’t considered or accommodations that you’re code… Read more »
Is Text Messaging the Future of Contacting Your Employees? Is it the New Norm?
So much has changed with technology just in the last two decades. How did we keep up with far-flung friends and relatives before Facebook? Have you noticed that people tend to speak in 140 character snippets? And are emojis the new hieroglyphs of modern language? Whether you want to admit it, or embrace it, or… Read more »
How to Motivate Your Team to Be Better Today Than They Were Yesterday…Day After Day
Employee motivation is a key factor to the success of any business. No business is possible without the hard working employees that you work with every day. But motivation is also fickle. Bad days, issues at home, or overall dissatisfaction can creep in when you least expect it and even the best employee will suddenly… Read more »
4 Tips on Creating a Work Environment that Employees Love
Your employees spend more time in the day at your office than they do in their own homes. At home, they decorate a space with colors, décor and photos that make them feel good and reflect their personality. But they only see it for a few hours at night. You want to give your employees… Read more »