Nowadays, more and more of us are deciding to run our own businesses rather than working a nine to five and earning someone else’s fortune on their behalf. The rise of Ecommerce means that setting up a business is easier than ever, but that doesn’t necessarily mean everything is going to be a smooth ride
Creating a successful business is going to be an eventful journey and you’re going to have to learn a whole lot along the way. One of the biggest learning curves that small business owners face is becoming an employer and managing staff correctly.
Now, you’re going to have to take on staff at some point or another along the way. You can’t run a business entirely independently forever – you’re going to have to accept some help at some point or another. But being a responsible employer means that you’ll have to create a good working environment for your employees. Interviews can help you to decide on the right staff, but it’s easy to make mistakes or judge character incorrectly
Employees may not turn out to be the best fit for your company that you thought they would be, or particular employees may simple not gel together well. If you begin to notice antisocial or problematic behaviour in the workplace, it’s important you take action to settle it down and iron things out as quickly and effectively as possible. The infographic below should help you to tackle negative behaviour in the workplace and and intervene correctly!
Infographic Design By USC
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