Before we all clock of for the festive period, it is a good opportunity to review any new employees due to start in the new year and work out a plan to onboard them into your business effectively.
Author Adam Reynolds
If managing the day-to-day operations of a growing business wasn’t enough of a challenge – you also need to be fully prepared for whatever twists and turns may lie ahead.
Whether it’s a Christmas do, a box of chocolates or a bottle of wine, most businesses will provide their employees with some kind of perk at Christmas.
As we approach the close of the year, it’s a great time to think about your plans for business development in the next one. Do you need more skills? Are you looking to bring in new people to help grow your business?
The frenetic pace of life when you’re scaling up a business makes it easy to lose sight of the “bigger picture”. You’re so busy dealing with the day-to-day that you don’t get chance to take an overview – to assess the direction of travel.
They say you never get a second chance to create a great first impression. That’s certainly true when it comes to your customers, but it also applies to your employees too.
All employees need a clear expense policy to refer to, or else businesses risk creating a “lawless” environment.
The seasonal period is a busy time for any business, especially those that need to supplement the workforce with new recruits. How do you ensure it goes smoothly?
With the Christmas period approaching, how do you ensure that important documents don’t get held up in festive post rush?
HMRC provides a tax-free exemption of £150 per person, for everyone attending a Christmas do. Here’s how it works.
Globally, and no matter what size your business is, research from webonboarding reveals that businesses are failing to onboard new employees effectively, and in turn bringing costly implications to businesses.
Each year, in excess of £100m is being lost to UK companies through falsified and exaggerated costs.