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Small business resolutions for 2015

The start of a new year opens up a wealth of opportunities for small businesses – and not to mention a more optimistic outlook on the next 12 months. Setting some goals for the foreseeable future can help focus your efforts and hopefully help your company become more prosperous.

If you’ve still not set yourself some New Year’s resolutions, here are some key areas you might want to consider.

Better understand your customers

Without customers, your business would quickly start to struggle. This is why you should think about giving them more attention in 2015.

Whether you decide to run promotions to gain some favour over your competitors or invest more heavily in satisfaction surveys, it’s up to you. No matter what approach you take, be sure that customers are given the final say – they are always right, after all!

Streamline your operations

Improving efficiency within your organisation has far-reaching benefits and the good news is there are many ways to achieve this in 2015.

Perhaps one of the most effective is to invest in mobile HR, which will give you an improved overview of your operations. You’ll be able to access a wide range of information, including pay slips and even the company directory, decreasing the amount of time you spend looking for key pieces of data.

Set benchmarks

Having goals to work towards is as important in business as it is in everyday life. It helps ensure everyone is on the same side and creates a sense of team spirit.

The objectives you set within your company are ultimately your decision. It might be that you decide to increase sales by a certain percentage by a given date, or aim to have taken on a set number of staff.

Once you’ve reached these benchmarks then make sure members of the workforce are rewarded for their efforts. This will further enhance camaraderie, which can only benefit your operations.

Ari Kopoulos
ari@employeeconnect.com

CEO at EmployeeConnect