The corona virus forces people to work from home with the ability to do so. Companies where working from home has long been possible, but which, because of culture and habituation, still like to see everyone behind the desk between 9.00 and 17.00, suddenly have to let go of control. That can be scary, and not just for the employer. How do you get the most out of your working day when the cat walks on your keyboard, your kids' glands or your partner gives you a job? From Bloeise's many years of practice, you will find five extensive tips here that will make you more productive.
It is no secret that it has become increasingly difficult to find suitable, qualified and high-quality personnel in many sectors in recent years. Unemployment is now minimal in the Netherlands, which means that the supply of job seekers in the market is tight. Many entrepreneurs therefore notice that vacancies within their company are sometimes open for months. With this knowledge it is becoming more and more interesting to hire an employment agency to fill the vacancies professionally. But is that a wise move?
You spend the majority of your life (around 30 percent) sleeping, but by the dot it means working for most people. No matter how much we love hobbies, or vacations or nights out, we spend the lion's share of our active hours on hard work. That is not bad at all, were it not for research by the National Vacancy Bank that not half of the working Netherlands is fully satisfied with the content of his or her work. Whatever the cause, most workers would really like to do something else deep in their hearts….
Star chef Ron Blaauw was unable to maintain his service level due to a lack of staff, so he closed two of his restaurants in the summer of 2018. And he is not the only entrepreneur with the same problem. At the end of June 2019, the number of vacancies had risen to a new record position of 284 thousand. It is therefore important that your vacancy fits in well with the target group. Clearly, concretely and visually are the three requirements that a vacancy according to experts from YoungCapital must meet.
In times of tightness on the labor market, almost every entrepreneur, large or small, sometimes experiences it: one of your best employees leaves. That can hurt for a while, especially if the employee in question also turns out to switch to an employer in the same industry. In such cases, many entrepreneurs wonder what they could have done differently or better to keep the best people on board. Offer more salary? Other employment conditions? Or a promotion? Every individual case is different and the answer is often a combination of factors, but getting a grip on maintaining ...