No matter how much cash there is in the bank or how large its stock is, a firm's most valuable asset is its employees. Taking care of your staff can make the difference between an ordinary business and a truly successful one.
Discipline and grievances
When problems occur in the workplace, there are several measures that employers can use to resolve issues, and some rules with which they must comply.
Many smaller businesses choose to employ staff on a part-time basis. This often has the advantage of controlling costs when there is no need for a full-time worker and of adding flexibility to the running of the business.
With the world of business growing ever more competitive, raising skill levels among your workforce is not merely important but could be essential. Indeed, good, well thought-out training programmes and schemes can help to lay the foundations for the future of your business.
We are delighted that HB&O has chosen us as its nominated Charity for 2013. Securing the support of corporate organisations is crucial to the work we carry out, both in terms of raising finance and gaining recognition in the community.
Tina Costello - Interim Director at The Heart of England Foundation
HB&O advice helps Silvercraft strike gold
We have been delighted with the time and effort HB&O have put into their work with us
Marie and Andy Oakley, Coventry Silvercraft
HB&O pivotal in securing £1.3m investment
Harrison Beale and Owen has been our business advisor for almost ten years and they were pivotal in securing this investment – without them we wouldn’t be where we are.