Continue reading "Handling employee insubordination"
Conflicts in the workplace can be manageable at times but when you have too many conflicts, it's going to lead to firing of employees. Small businesses thrive on the personalities and good attitudes their employees come into the office with. If you have a "sour apple" in the office, it will ruin it for everyone else. So what do you do? Do you offer a warning or do you just fire this employee straight away? Employee insubordination has always been a challenge for businesses to deal with. These rogue employees make it hard to work, especially if you want to focus on keeping relationships with your staff. In the end, it comes down to you being the boss and putting your foot down.
Small business owners cannot afford to move forward without possessing key leadership qualities that will help them to become successful. You must focus on finding a way to understand yourself and to know what you are and are not capable of doing. There are several things you can do to develop your own leadership abilities and there are other things you can do to help your employees learn these same skills so they too can become leaders in their own way.Continue reading "Elements to lead your business"
Since employee theft is rising at a high rate, developing a business ethics policy may be one of the only ways to protect your small business. Where do employees learn ethics from? While you cannot teach ethics from the time the employees are born, you can at least teach them ethics from your leadership abilities.Continue reading "Developing your companies ethics policy"