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Retaining my employees
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Tips to Handle Employee Conflict
As a business owner or manager, you understand employee conflict is something that will always come up and can be normal and healthy to a certain degree. In fact, teams with members who feel comfortable disagreeing with one another are often more effective and innovative.
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5 Tips That Can Help Ensure Your Employees Love Working For You
The success of a business often depends on its employees, and this is especially true in the retail and restaurant industries. Employees are the key to the environment and service that is provided with the products sold.
If you follow manufacturing, even from a distance, you have likely heard about the skills gap. Unfortunately, the skills gap has now turned into a body gap. There are simply not enough qualified people to fill all the open positions that are available.
Not only is a clean and tidy work space aesthetically pleasing, it also makes for a more productive environment. Clutter can affect your capabilities and efficiency as well as irritate colleagues. A clean and organized space can also help reduce workplace injuries and illness.
As with many businesses in the hospitality industry, a hotel’s staff directly relates to the success of the business, making it critical to recruit and retain top talent. Getting the right people and keeping them is a challenge, and turnover can equal high costs and a lot of time and energy. It’s important for hotel ownership and management to understand that talent is not a commodity—it’s an investment.

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