Smartphones? Email? Dogs in the office? Believe it or not, these things can actually encourage more, not less, work.
Every business has its own unique set of challenges, just as each has its own particular rewards. In the intense world of catering, using specialized technology for everything from managing staff to rewarding clients is a smart way to gain an edge over the competition.
Staff no longer have to be tied to the office and there are a growing number of companies helping them to combine work, travel and lifestyle.
Do you work more than 40 hours a week? Turns out, clocking out before overtime kicks in may benefit employee health and well-being.
Drones, autonomous bulldozers and 3D printing – how tech is transforming the building site.
No longer just fun and games… Construction workers are now using their mobile devices for everything from time tracking to project management. While the construction industry has been notoriously slow to embrace technology, their paper-based processes are being phased out and crews are gravitating towards mobile apps for managing all phases of their workday. Hence, the BYOD (Bring…
One of the “necessary evils” (as Bryan Clayton CEO of GreenPal puts it) to ensuring your business operates smoothly is the process of running payroll. I think it’s safe to say that no busy busi…
Happy employees are more productive. Implement some of these perks and see your workforce morale soar.
Millennials gravitate to startups over more secure, better paying, and less stressful jobs for several reasons, not least of which is the palpable energy prevalent at most start-ups.
Start here: http://www.housecleaningbiz101.com/ . Founder and President, Gary Goranson, has been helping these businesses start up and succeed for the past 19 years. His program is now being implemented in over 60 countries worldwide. Gary’s personal success story has been depicted in Success, Entrepreneur, Money, USA Today and many others national periodicals, as well as…