The holiday season
has just started and people are still preparing for their big new year bash.
However, the show’s gotta run for the company. Sooner or later, you need to
start preparing to welcome the employees back to your office – both physically
Many companies have
given their employees an option to work from home permanently. Regardless of
their work situation, the objective remains the same. The more creative your
welcome is, the merrier the employee becomes to resume their work.
Here are some tips
to creatively welcome your staff back and transition them to work effortlessly,
An email greeting
more than a few positive words. Get your thinking cap on and pen down your
thoughts & feelings about the new situation. Welcome the employees back
with an email that is more hopeful & positive, all while reminiscing the
year that went by.
Patients have a choice when it comes to medical care and the
competition is fierce in today’s society. To give your medical practice the
boost it needs to attract and keep a steady flow of patients, you need more
than experience and a courteous bedside manner; you need the right tools for
success. If you’re looking for ways to bring more people to your practice, here
are three areas to consider as you invest in your office’s success.
Don’t Keep Patients Waiting
As personal technology continues to advance, people are becoming
more accustomed to instant results. Find ways to give your patients the fast
responses they’re looking for by switching to a better medical
courier Pennsylvania, adopting text message communication programs and streamlining
your patient check-in process. A good review that tells others to expect a
quick visit with less waiting may help bring new faces through the door.…
If you’re starting your home business with a hefty investment,
go ahead and trick out your office with a sleek desk, ergonomically correct
chair, rolling file drawers, and stands for printers and copiers. However, if you’re
still waiting for your first freelance payment and are more interested in
function than form, you can easily cobble together an office that will work for
you until the fees start rolling in.
When you think about it, a desk is just a fancy table. That
means you can work from your kitchen table and call it an office if that’s how
you roll. If you’re hoping to create a dedicated office space for tax
purposes, a kitchen table’s still a viable option; just buy a small used one at
a garage sale or grab that old castoff that’s been languishing in your
basement. If it’s flat and has room for your computer, …