For owners of removalist businesses, such as Brilliance Removalists Melbourne, the list of duties and responsibilities is a long one. How each removalists owner deals with them all may be different, but almost certainly they will have prioritised each item on that list. One question we will have for you if you own or run a removalist business is how near the top of your list is ensuring the health and well-being of your employees?
We hope that is one of your top 3 priorities because it is a fact that those employers who place their staff’s wellbeing above most other matters, find that those employees have greater loyalty, work harder, are more productive and if ever called upon to do that little bit extra to support the business, they are glad to do so.
The alternative is to ignore your staff’s wellbeing or to give it scant regard. The result? Usually, it leads to employees who are demotivated, do the absolute minimum required of them, start looking elsewhere for employment and end up taking more than the average number of days of absence due to sickness.
Being an employer who genuinely places a high focus on employee welfare, can be done in lots of ways. However, we are going to highlight just four. Under these four main headings, there will dozens of smaller actions you can take. As your read through you will see that none of them requires any great investment of capital, although they may require an investment of time and effort.