Low Employee Morale - Get To The Root Of The Problem

As a small business owner, you've got your hands full.

Running a small business requires a team of dedicated and trustworthy employees who value its success as much as you do.

There is nothing better than a "well-oiled machine" in terms of the staff that makes up your business.

The reality, however, is that the well-oiled machine you dream of (while it may exist at times) will always need some work.

Low employee morale is at times an inevitable part of any business. But before you can resolve the issue, you have to get to the root of the problem. 

Topics: HR Employee Coaching

What You Need To Know To Fix Low Employee Morale In The Office

A small business is only as strong as its weakest member so employee morale is a significant factor in success.

Your employees contribute when they feel invested in the company and when they feel like they are an important asset.

Many times employers overlook the obvious and focus more on money thinking that this is the prime motivator.

This is not always the case. However, there are some valuable insights into how you can maintain and/or improve your low employee morale.

Topics: HR Employee Coaching

What Sizable Value Can Virtual CFO Services Deliver Really?

Large firms are able to hire a full-time Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to create strategies that help secure the future of the company.

CFO's of large firms require a well staffed team to collect data and monitor cash flow, but what about small businesses?

Small business owners are passionate entrepreneurs, but not necessarily equipped with the right skill-set or time needed to act as their own CFO.

The cost of hiring a full-time CFO and staff is not plausible for most small businesses or organizations.

This can lead to tasks normally done by a CFO being assigned to often unqualified friends or family. The solution is the virtual CFO.

Topics: Accounting