WHICH IS YOUR BIGGEST CONCERN: CUSTOMER SERVICE OR EFFECTIVE LISTENING?

?Losing Customers Can Cost Your Company Major Funds? Not everyone has pleasant “people skills” or are sensitive to other person’s priorities.  When it comes to customers or other business associates, we all have our areas or individual issues that can be easily set off or offended.  If your employees have not be trained to be … Read more

WHAT ARE TOP CONCERNS FOR EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS RE: RETURNING TO WORK

Clarifications & Expectations As companies are gearing up to bring employees back into the business locations, both employers and employees are thinking about the adjustments since the employees were told to work from home.  Both groups have reservations and concerns.  If you are an employer, you should be reviewing all aspects and identifying concerns and … Read more

YOUR PLANS TO STRENGTHEN THE ECONOMY

Use Credible & Trusted Insight;  Represents High Integrity & Ethics There will likely be more challenging months ahead as costs on many necessities and consumer needs continue increasing or shortages escalate.  Gasoline, fewer transportation venues of goods tighten up further, production of a wide variety of supplies are decreasing, our workforces continue to dwindle, ferocious … Read more

INCREASING COSTS OF EXPENSES IMPACTING PUBLIC

FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE RATE OF INCREASING COSTS There have been numerous factors that have caused the rates of many major expenses to escalate, usually with little or no advanced notice.  Areas that have been said would be increasing right away include:  Gasoline, Lumber, Transportation, Equipment (including computers), Automobiles, Skilled Labor, Taxes and Accountants, pharmaceuticals, … Read more

COMMUNICATION CAN EASILY BE THE WEAK LINK

What do you believe is important to relay to your employees in order that they believe you consider them helpful and valuable?  Though a decent salary is appreciated, other forms of support are critical, too.  Most people value being given continued training to grow and be challenged. How do you like being kept involved and … Read more

Best Approach for a Positive, Productive Outcome

Practice Ethical, Honest Behavior Daily When the topic of “good employers” and “good places to work” is discussed, what is the basis of such a label?  Of course, being paid a good salary is valued, but other high-ranking points with employees include being respected, having wise and effective leadership, provided good benefits, continued growth and … Read more

CAREER NEEDS COLLABORATIVE DISCUSSIONS FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

Changes have continued to be an ongoing event throughout time, and over the past 16 months or more, the changes we have experienced have increased with some being more challenging.  Our work routines have taken on more frequent alterations, which have affected our family needs, often adding more frustrations for our families as well as … Read more

EMPLOYERS, DO YOUR EMPLOYEES TRUST YOU?

Can There Be Loyalty without Trust? Consider all employers who you have had over time.  Of those employers, did you trust them all?  If you didn’t trust them, how dedicated and loyal were you towards them?  You may not have been aware if an employer was loyal or supportive of you or not, though sooner … Read more

Employment & Business Changes as 2021 Progresses

Businesses and employment certainly went through a lot of changes in 2020, and now with a new Administration at our country’s helm, other changes are expected.  Watch closely and observe what develops throughout this year.  As most may agree, even when you are told that all will get better, the question may be for whom … Read more

IDEAS FOR STIMULATING GROWTH IN OUR AREA

In these times of extreme stress and mixed emotions, we need the insight and out-of-the-box thinking, which could produce proactive and productive ideas and creations that would ignite the creative juices needed for positive outcomes.  There are those people, who possess a unique ability to conger up ideas and creations, that can stimulate fresh approaches, … Read more