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Factors Determining An Employees Stay or Departure

While you may think that how much you pay your employees is what keeps them at your company, there are a variety of other influencing factors that determine their stay, or departure. Gathered are the main factors that determine an employee’s decision to stay at an organization or start job hunting:

  • One of the most influencing factors is the level of management. Each employee should be treated fairly, but uniquely. Learn what your employees are passionate about and what they are motivated by, and use that to improve the management of your business.
  • We no longer live in a world where competitive salaries are enough. Most workers would choose a job with a lower annual salary if they were to receive an employee benefits package.
  • Yes, money matters, but it is not everything. If you cannot afford to give your employees annual raises for their hard work, consider yearly bonuses to show your appreciation. Most employees simply seek a sense of appreciation to motivate them.

For more of these information tips, be sure to contact Mike’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. This program can lead your organization to success.

Financial Advice for Small Business Owners

As a small business owner, you are faced with unique challenges that large corporations do not have to worry about. Gathered are tips from successful small business owners that want to watch your company grow as much as you do:

  • It is important that you access capital now. Accessing capital can help you expand your business if you are interested in launching new products or services, hiring new employees, or even buying another company. You can also refinance any old debt at the current lower interest rates. Some day-to-day business obligations may require you to have the liquidity of a line of credit (LOC) and accessing capital early on will allow you to do this.
  • You may want to consider hiring a consultant instead of a part-time employee to conduct one duty. Consultants have the ability to cross-pollinate your organization by bringing outside perspective, knowledge, and advice.
  • Rather than slowly planning a strategic start-up, have a lean start-up. Launch a basic form of your concept or product and gain interest and feedback right from the get go, before launching in a more competitive market.

For more of these information tips, be sure to contact Mike’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. This program can lead your organization to success.