Month: May 2018

I Cannot Find Help Fast Enough to Keep Up with My Company’s Growth

There are some problems that sound good when you are working diligently to get your company to grow. For example, one of those problems is being unable to find help fast enough to keep up with company growth. When you are just starting out, that doesn’t seem like a problem at all. Growth is good! It is true that growth is good but it can present some real problems for business owners. When you cannot quickly get the help you need your business may start to suffer. Tasks may go undone and customers could end up dissatisfied or even angry when you do not have the labor support you need. If you find yourself in this situation you have some options for quickly finding the help you need.

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What is the Most Effective Way to Bring on New Staff?

The most effective way to bring on new staff is dependent upon your needs. You should consider what type of hire you need to make in order to determine the appropriate avenue for hiring. There are three common areas where business owners may need additional help: areas of core competencies, areas outside of core competencies, and with routine but necessary business tasks.

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There is not Enough Time to Find and Train New Hires!

As a business owner, you likely feel that there are never enough hours in the day. In order to keep your company running smoothly, you have to contend with constant demands on your time and your attention. If your company is growing quickly it easy to get behind on staffing needs to meet new demands. It can seem like there is not enough time to find and train new hires. The process of finding and then training new employees can take up a lot of time and ultimately cost you money. Thankfully, there is a more time and cost effective way to get the labor support you need.

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My Business is Growing but So Are My Labor Costs

In just about any business, growth is a central goal. Growth means that you can reach more people with your message, service, or product. And, in an ideal world, business growth also means more profit. Unfortunately, the trajectory of your growth and your profit do not always increase at the same rate. You may find that the costs associated with growing are chipping away at your profit margins. One of the biggest threats to your bottom line is the ever-increasing cost of labor. If your labor costs seem to be growing more quickly than your business then it is time to look at why they continue to increase. Once you have a clear picture of what you are spending for each new employee you can then look at options for reducing those costs.

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