Succeeding in business is a straightforward matter: focus on the customers and amaze them with experiences that exceed their expectations. They will respond with repeat business and longer loyalty. This would seem to be a simple, common-sense guideline; nevertheless, it appears to be more difficult than ever to convince customers to be loyal and deliver…
Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008, from October 2010 the Government has introduced a new registration framework for all providers of regulated activities in adult social care in England. Additionally the Department of Health have produced Guidance for Compliance to meet the regulation. Provide and maintain a clean and appropriate environment in managed…
This leaflet is mainly aimed at employers who are responsible for the use of fall arrest equipment incorporating energy-absorbing lanyards made from webbing. It gives generic advice on inspection regimes for this equipment where it is used to provide protection against falls from a height.
These notes are for guidance only. They are jointly produced by the Environment Agency for England and Wales, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and the Environment and Heritage Service in Northern Ireland.
Delivering excellent customer service without breaking the bank. It’s not just smaller companies that need to pay attention to the quality of customer service they provide. In fact, it’s often the larger, well-known high street names that are the weakest in providing good customer care.
Your relationships with your customers can be the most important factor to your success in business. More business is gained or lost as a result of a supplier’s relationship with the customer rather than as a result of their ability to provide a quality service or product.
The term “Intensive Advertising” is new. So we will explain it here – by analogy. Advertising is nothing more than Salesmanship. But good Advertising is Salesmanship intensified.
Besides testing your candidates’ knowledge of and experience with cleaning tasks, it’s equally important to discover their work ethic.
Products offered by Ettore from California. Blue labelled products are usually sold in big store shops but still work perfectly well.
Owner/technician – Owner/operator – Owner/Manager – Owner Executive – Owner Investor. It’s not a what to do, just shows the different levels of moving in 1 direction or another. Find the sweet spot you would like to perform at.