Never before have so many people been employed in the Netherlands as in 2020, and there has never been such a large proportion of self-employed people. Yes, the coronavirus affects everyone. But the trends are certainly not standing still. What trends can you expect in this area in 2020? We went looking for you.
Millions of working Dutch people are currently confined to their homes and most of them will not be worried. We discover en masse the advantages, but certainly also the disadvantages of frequent working from home, with or without children around us. Many Dutch people who do not want everything to go smoothly, are therefore desperately looking for methods or tools to make working from home a bit healthier and more effective. We have listed the best tips for you.
In recent years, large companies have increasingly focused on their customers. In many cases, computer says no is largely a thing of the past and purple crocodiles can only be seen with governments. If you want to put your customer first, you have to pay a lot of attention to customer relationship management (CRM) and all the software that comes with it. Which CRM trends are waiting for us in 2020?
Anyone who has ever worked in the hospitality industry knows that competition can be fierce. You always have to be alert to changes in trends, likes and especially dislikes to stay one step ahead of the others. All this requires a strong example of entrepreneurial skills and a good dose of restaurant marketing can not hurt. To help you with that, we have prepared an overview of the different ways in which you can increase the number of reservations for your restaurant. Curious? Then read on quickly.
Since January 1, 2020 there is a new possibility for you as an SME entrepreneur to insure you against sickness absence of your employees. Unfortunately some entrepreneurs often experience employees becoming ill or (temporarily) unable to work, but fortunately most entrepreneurs rarely come across this. This also has a disadvantage: if it happens, they often do not know how to deal with it and what needs to be arranged. That is where the new SME absenteeism insurance policy comes into the picture. But is that really necessary, such extra insurance?
Although you could find the word 'Bitcoin' almost weekly on front pages of newspapers in 2018, it remained frighteningly silent in 2019 around this (and many other) crypto currencies. And when there was news, it was mainly bad news, such as the cesspool of problems surrounding the launch of Facebook's own cryptocurrency, Libra. For the average Dutch person, it may seem that crypto currencies are on their way back, but is that image correct? Do crypto currencies still have a future?