Toxic employees can really kill the morale in any workplace. They can turn a once happy workforce into a bunch of anxious, stressed, angry and even depressed bunch. This, in turn, can affect productivity and lead to the loss of some great talent.
As a result, it is important that you, as an employer, are equipped to deal with these sneaky, disrespectful, sometimes downright nasty people swiftly. Here are some tips to help you with that:
Ighiwiyisi is a heartfelt worship leader, an articulate speaker and writer but those are not the only incredible things about her. She happens to make the most amazing sets for Store windows, Themed events and more under the auspices of her brand, Hermosa Boda. In this chat, she tells us how she started. She saw a gap and she decided to be part of the solution leveraging her God-given imagination.
Developing a business is not something you accidentally fall into. It’s not like someone wakes up in the morning and decides while brushing their teeth that today is the day they apply for that bank loan. It’s often a careful and considered choice, something which has potentially been pondered for years beforehand. This is because if a business goes wrong and ruins the financial strength of someone, that’s a permanent and difficult thing to deal with. People would rather avoid that fate, meaning that they often hesitate from seeing the ‘go light’ when it comes to their financial dreams.
When you work for an employer, it can be easy to take for granted the security systems and online safety measures put in place by your company. They help to protect both the business and clients/customers from threats. However, when you work for yourself, the responsibility rests solely on your shoulders. Knowing what precautions you need to take can be difficult, especially if you’ve never had to think about it before.
If you care about protecting your business and your clients from online threats, take a look at these online security tips for freelancers.
When you work from home, you’re going to need an office that’s fit-for-purpose and contains everything you need for a productive working environment. With a home office, you can forget about the constraints you might have faced working for a business or organisation and really start with a blank canvas. The possibilities for your home office are endless, so if you’re looking for an idea of how to get started, then you’ve come to the right place. Find out more about how to design your dream home office.
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Whether you have been off work to have a surgery or you just had a baby, you will need to make some slow but meaningful changes to your daily routine, instead of jumping head first into working out. For some people, a gentle exercise and a daily walk in the park will make a huge difference, while others will need to invest more in their weight loss. No matter what age you are, you will need to adjust your daily routine to your needs and lifestyle. Don’t push yourself too hard, listen to your body, and you will succeed.
It’s always a good feeling when you start to see some growth in your online business and an even better one when that growth just keeps coming. But what’s the next step? Maybe it’s time to consider whether your online business might benefit from brick-and-mortar style premises. If you have thought long and hard and feel that moving your business into the ‘real world’ is a good, strategic move for you, then here are three things you need to be thinking about when making up your budget.