Many business owners have company cards but are you using yours to reap the best rewards?
Michael Kalli, commercial director at The Dining Club Group shares his top five tips for rewarding and investing in your workforce without pay rises.
If you’d like to thank one of your employees for doing a sterling job but are lacking the resources to offer them a pay rise, then worry not, there are many other ways you can reward them.
It is often said that truly exceptional entrepreneurs are the ones that surround themselves with the best people, and it’s a pearl of wisdom that holds a lot of truth – especially at Christmas.
One of the challenges of a fast-growing business is internal communication – something Adam Twidell believes is crucial to a successful and happy workplace.
On paper, the British summertime is a cause for joy – sunshine, hot weather and bright evenings. But how are UK businesses marking the season?
The importance of employee rewards is recognised by an overwhelming majority of UK SMEs, which suggests companies that don’t acknowledge this could have staff retention woes.
It’s been a busy couple of months for me and my feet have barely touched the ground. I spent most of February and March travelling, so it’s nice to sit down and reflect on what’s been happening.
For many brands, a great customer experience needs to be delivered seamlessly throughout physical offices or stores, call centres and online, which will ultimately drive loyalty.
Hoping for your vote is Simply Business, the UK’s biggest business insurance broker and an employer nurturing talent as well as promoting wellbeing.
Getting the business-customer relationship right from the offset is difficult. You don’t know much about the person or the way they like to interact but you’ll go above and beyond to make it a success and win that customer loyalty.
“The culture of presenteeism is going to kill British workers” – that’s an actual title from an article in The Guardian outlining how working longer hours definitely doesn’t make us more productive. Now it seems staff feel their extra efforts have been in vain.