From 1927 to 1963, before interstate highways when cars and life moved slower, one of the most successful business signage campaigns of all time was strewn along roadsides all over the United States. The signs weren't huge billboards, they were simple, small, two-color signs that told a story. The last sign in every series simply said "Burma Shave." The campaign was pure genius. A set of those signs holds a place in the Smithsonian Institute.
When your employees don't show up for work at the office, it results in lost money and production, which can both take a toll on your company's bottom line. Luckily there are some things you can do around the office to minimize how often your employees miss work—try one or more of these three effective options:
Focus on Work Stations
One of the most important aspects of keeping employees happy within the office is the furniture.
Money management can be a blessing or a curse: either you manage the money, or it manages you. In order to get back in control of your financial situation, you may need to take drastic measures to help you to get back on your feet. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take in order to put the reins back in your hands.
The First Response
If you have crushing debt, your first move should be to solve the immediate problem.
According to a new study, 1 in 4 people would rate moving houses as one of the most stressful experiences that they have endured. Needless to say, your dogs probably feel really stressed about the entire situation as well, as they have no idea what is going on. The stress from moving can easily kick their internal defense mechanisms into high gear which can leave them depleted with energy, and more likely to become ill and sick.
For a business owner in a furniture and accessory company, shipping and delivering to local customers is a regular part of how you do business. One of the keys to managing this service is minimizing the cost of moving product to your customers. Depending on the percentage of your products that can ship via UPS or FedEx, you may want to consider renting a truck on the occasions that you have larger deliveries.