When someone mentions the mid-90s classic film Jerry Maguire, the first scene to come to mind will probably be Cuba Gooding Jr. repeatedly screaming “show me the money” over the phone. But money may not be the straightforward workplace motivator we expect.
For any SME, the motivation and retention of key talent is vital. Employees need to remain engaged and involved as much as possible – here are five steps you can take.
New research conducted by Atomik Research for Direct Line for Business has revealed that 60 per cent of the 844,000 home business owners with dependent children take time away from business to invest in their young ones during school holidays.
You might think that paying salaries and pensions is enough to motivate your workforce, but it isn't. Here are four reasons employee recognition should become a priority.
Being an energetic, motivated leader will encourage your employees to act in the same way. Here are six top tips to motivate your business-self.
Looking to grow and improve your sales team? Here are ten key questions from veteran entrepreneur Martin Leuw that will get you started.
January is always a tough month for employees, who can struggle to get back into work after the holidays. Here are eight top ways to keep your staff motivated and happy at work.
Have you heard the phrase, ‘Time is the new oil’? What it means is that in today’s world our time – and our attention – are limited resources. This is self-evident when we consider ourselves as consumers: there have never been more brands competing for our attention. But it is also true within the workplace.
New research shows that the Christmas bonus – so often an expression of good will to employees – is now given to only a small minority.
David Saul, managing director at Business Environment, looks at the latest developments in the plight for better treatment for UK interns.
Getting the best out of your staff can be the difference between success or failure. Business owners set direction and strategy, but it’s up to the workforce at the front line to deliver. The question is how do you reward them?
If every entrepreneur had no doubts or fears at some stage in their business, then everyone would do it. It’s not easy, but knowing these eight key areas will help you on your journey.