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In the ever changing world of business it is important to stay ahead of the game. Here are some tried and true business practices that you should have already adopted as well as more current and evolving practices and technologies.

Choosing the right staff

Choosing the right staff for your business is imperative. Staff are the ones who make or break a business and therefore the selection of which should be taken with utmost importance. Make sure sort out the wheat from the chaff when it comes to the selection process and then only choose the perfect candidates. If you can’t find the perfect candidate, look again. Even if your business has a high turnover of staff, without a consistent quality of staff you will be hurting your business. Just like a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, your staff are only as strong and motivated as the weakest member. An average staff member will let the whole team down and can breed resentment and laziness in the whole business.

Give staff incentives

Now that you’ve hopefully got the staff you want it’s important to keep that staff motivated. Just because you have the best staff you can get doesn’t mean that the onus is constantly on them to keep working at the consistently high level you hired them for. Communication is key when it comes to staff so make sure you foster an open workplace where people aren’t afraid to communicate on an honest level. You want the atmosphere of your business to be a productive one but not without it’s mirth and rewards. We have all seen the boring workplaces parodies in films too many times to let our own businesses fall into that trap. Boredom breeds laziness and unproductively. If your staff have incentives to work harder – on top of the paycheck that they get regardless – then they will work more efficiently. However, just be sure you don’t turn into a ‘David Brent’ style boss when trying to create a fun atmosphere.

Encourage staff education

If you want your staff to be the best they can be make sure you encourage them and yourself to continue to seek educate through short courses. Short courses such as ones run by HBA Learning Centres will help keep you and your staff get up-to-date with the latest business practices. The good thing about getting as many staff to educate themselves through a short course is that special offers can apply for groups via their page. It’s really a simple equation that the more well trained for their jobs they are the better they will perform at them.

Get an online presence

Simply by getting an online presence you open up your business to a whole new level of customers that had been previously untapped. By utilizing social media you can also keep potential customers up to date with your business. With the rise of mobile phone technology we will only see a further rise in the importance of social media and hence an even more reason to gain and maintain an online presence for your business.

 

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on April 27, 2014 in You Don't Say.

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