We’ve all heard about the simPRO journey, which is all about streamlining your business processes so you can get time for a life outside the business. To achieve the simPRO journey as a business owner, one of the first steps is to set up your business processes in a way that ensures consistent and quality customer service at every single interaction.
As a small business owner, could getting too embroiled in the day-to-day work of your business harm its overall development?
Often, your time is spent working in the business and not on the business.
Running a business is like raising children: you never stop thinking about it. It can make you feel proud or keep you up at night. There are always decisions to be made and opportunities not to be missed.
You need to look after yourself if you are going to have fresh ideas and be at your best.
When considering vehicle, plant or equipment purchases one thing is certain – as a Tradie and Business owner you have already approved the purchase in your own mind, you know why you want to buy it, what it will earn or save you and the risks involved.
Business Owners regularly encounter complex problems in running their businesses. These modern operational challenges rarely demand a one dimensional solution. Often these challenges require the Business Owner to engage one of more members of his or her wider professional team in order to resolve the challenges. For that reason, business owners need to coordinate their professional support teams in a collaborative manner.
As you may be aware, the Fair Work Act places heavy responsibilities on employers, especially when it comes to hiring and inducting new staff. If you don’t pay attention to the details, you could find yourself in hot water. In addition to statutory obligations, there are a number or core “best practice” measures that all employers should ensure are followed when employing a new staff member.
Think you know all there is to know about the benefits of GPS fleet management software?
Now that the GPS tracking industry has matured and most businesses have been approached by GPS tracking vendors, many business owners and managers know the core functions of GPS tracking that provide the ROI (return on investment).
But you might not be aware that there’s more to tracking than these core functions.