Time is money
Updated: Aug 21, 2018
Capital revenue drives business, and we aren't paying you to sit.
Understanding how much you can charge for a service, and what an employee is willing to make for performing that service is the key to business revenue. Of course there are monthly fees, risk, and the cost of overhead, but for the most part our employees are what drive revenue.
Increase productivity by increasing the quality of life
“Happy employees are more productive employees.”
However, if our only concern is driving revenue our businesses will ultimately fail. Our key goal is to encourage our employees to work harder, for longer hours, for less money, and stay with the company instead of going somewhere else.
The key to making this happen is to listen to your employees. Happy employees are more productive employees. This doesn't always mean pay them more. In fact it often means treat them with respect, listen to their opinions, give them a sense of self worth, and encourage them to be the best version of themselves.
Country Club for Employees
This kind of attitude is often interrupted as working in a country club, where everything is extravagant and employees get whatever they want. However, this doesn't have to be the case. Listening, responding, and encouraging your employees doesn't have to be the end game. In fact our recommendation is to have a chaired management team that work in conjunction with one another. One manager receives, responds, and implements feedback. While the other drives the workforce to accomplish the tasks at hand. Providing a full scope lifecycle creates a well rounded working enviornment.