ArtShine

CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator

If you want your business to be as successful as possible, there are a number of different things you’re going to need to focus on. However, one thing many entrepreneurs overlook, is the fact that their business needs to be an amazing place to work. Having a high turnover of employees can damage your business and reputation. When you look after your employees and build up a great company culture, people will want to stay with you in the long term. You’ll also get amazing people applying for jobs when positions do come up! This advice will help you to make your business an amazing place to work:

Hire Quality People

Hiring quality people will make sure your office has a quality atmosphere. You want your employees to work hard, yes, but you also want to be sure that they fit in with your company culture. Do you think they’ll mesh well with the other people you have working for you? Do they suit your brand personality. You need to take all of this into consideration when hiring. You also need to think about pay. Paying your employees as little as possible isn’t a good idea. If you want people who are going to continue working hard, paying them well is a must.

Deal With Issues ASAP

If you’re lucky, you won’t need to deal with many issues in the office at all. However, this won’t be the case. You may experience all kinds of issues, from equipment going bust to employees having discrepancies with one another. It’s so important that you deal with these issues ASAP. A bad atmosphere can be caused in the office if it seems like you don’t care. If an employee is constantly bringing the others down, for example, it might be a good idea to formally warn that person that this won’t fly with you.

Invest in Staff Training and Team Building

Investing in your staff will show them that their development matters to you. They’ll not only have more skills to do their job to a higher standard, they’ll appreciate the money you’re putting into them too. Staff training and team building are two very important aspects of an amazing business.

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Treat Your Staff for Hard Work

Make sure you treat your staff for their hard work. Having bonus schemes and even buying them lunch occasionally will keep up office morale. Happy staff always work harder!

Be a Good Boss

Make sure you’re a good boss. Just remember, there is a difference between being a boss and a friend. Make sure you’re there to listen and help when needed. Get involved with your staff too. Let them know you’re working too!

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Make Sure Your Office is Well Equipped

Having a well equipped office is important if you want your staff to get things done. Having decent equipment for your employees to work with goes without saying. Then you need to make the office comfortable for them. Things like air conditioning, comfortable chairs, and a coffee maker can make being at work much more pleasant.

Don’t underestimate these tips when you want to grow your business. Looking after your staff should be a priority!

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To your success,

Vinh Van Lam & Stuart Horrex

Your Coaches CoSydney & ArtSHINE

About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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