The tourism industry is facing tough competition when it comes to hiring seasonal workers. With the growing hybrid economy and rising wages, Wyoming business owners have found themselves short-staffed. In an effort to remain open, many have been forced to reduce hours in response to their workforce shortages.
As business owners and managers prepare for year-end, employee annual reviews and goal setting are also on the horizon. How do you make your employees’ annual reviews and goal-setting more effective? Here are some tips to help make these meetings more productive and increase accountability for your staff.
Workplace morale should be a top priority for employees and small business owners alike. Spending time in a positive work environment is important for productivity and retention. With the increasing demands across work and home, employees need to feel valued when they clock in. Create an environment that employees want to join by encouraging communication, team relationships, and overcoming mistakes.
The approach to company culture, and the specific techniques, vary by the business environment and the people involved. Whether you are adding new people to your team and you are designing company culture, or you are repairing a company culture problem, the following considerations will help you get started.
As a small business owner, you need to be thinking about some kind of retirement savings for yourself and your employees. In this competitive employment environment, having a retirement plan for your current or future employees might help attract and retain better help.