Theft is the primary risk many business owners face during this busy time of year. Taking small, inexpensive steps to help prevent theft can go a long way and end up preserving your bottom line. Here are seven tips you can implement to protect yourself, your employees and ultimately your brand during the holidays.
Being on-camera is one of life’s greatest fears. Here are 7 quick tips that will help you feel more comfortable and look natural while on-camera.
LAX was targeted in a mass shooting last Friday morning. Public outlets, businesses and organizations, both small and large, must be aware and stay aware in case tragedy strikes.
If your company partakes in Halloween activities, it is important to have policies regarding costume and appropriate behavior in place. Costumes that are offensive, too revealing or violent should not be tolerated. Corporate leadership has a responsibility to set the tone and culture for the celebration. And, proper or improper celebrating can have a positive or negative impact on personal and organizational reputation.Halloween will allow employees to enjoy themselves, and co-workers, while in their professional setting. Remember, however, a company’s brand cannot succeed without a reputation that matches.
It’s up to company leaders to prepare employees and infrastructure for any and every kind of disaster or emergency situation, from natural disasters such as flooding or tornadoes to man-made situations like security threats. Once the safety of your employees is ensured, the next step is to determine how to keep your business afloat.