When running your business, you always want to maintain a certain level of professionalism. Both your physical store and digital presence should attract customers and not make them question the legitimacy of your company.
You've heard the old saying, "Never judge a book by its cover." But in the world of business, often people judge organizations based on first impressions. It's your job to ensure that people are impressed, otherwise bankruptcy will be in your future.
In today's world, there are many options for providing paid time off for employees. Which one is best for your company and for your employees?
Everyone agrees that giving employees some form of paid time off is a noble goal. But the options are endless. Do you give a certain number of vacation days, sick days, and personal days? Or do you just lump everything together as PTO (paid time off)?
Do vacation days expire at the end of the year or do they roll over? What about something even more radical with a point system for benefits? Every company needs to decide which method best fits their culture.
Ethan Hausmann is currently the Vice President of Marketing and Community Outreach for Successtar Enterprises LLC. He is an author, professional speaker, and seminar/workshop instructor. Ethan has extensive knowledge and experience in marketing, customer service, leadership, and other small business related concerns.