Last year, I realized that a few of our employees did not have the best intentions when they came to work. It seemed like their goal was to slack off and avoid work, and it was really frustrating. I realized that I had to do something in order to make things right, so I started working with them to train them. I also installed a camera system and explained the consequences of their actions. Within about six months, we were able to completely overhaul things, and it made a huge difference. This blog is all about keeping employees productive and on track, so that you can keep your company viable.
23 February 2015
A proper storage environment is essential to preserving your records over the long-term. While many companies, organizations, police departments, and government agencies have created digital record collections, there are often reasons related to both preservation and legal technicalities that demand continued storage of paper records. Here is a guide to ensure you're storing your records right and avoiding potential pitfalls related to record storage. Specialized Storage Facilities You need to ensure that the facility storing your records is temperature controlled and able to adjust humidity to the proper settings.
30 January 2015
If you own or manage a new small business, you probably spend a lot of time trying to figure out how to market yourself within a reasonable budget. Of course, you can always use social media and traditional press releases. And here are four other ways you can market your enterprise without dropping a ton of money. Use Your Car Think about how many people in your community see your car every day.
15 November 2014
If you're getting ready to move to Chicago, you may be nervous about the change. When you move to a big city in a new state, everyone notices you're an outsider. Having as much knowledge about your new home as possible can help you fit in and be more comfortable. Here are some things about Chicago that every outsider should know before moving there. 1. Lake Michigan is simply "The Lake"