Juggling cash flow is hard at the best of times in small business, but it’s super tricky during the Christmas and New Year period when many businesses close and consumers go on holiday.
As things begin to wind down for the summer break, many of businesses of all kinds and sizes arrange end-of-year events to bring their employees together before parting ways for the holidays. Here are some ideas beyond the usual booze-up.
Realised you left someone off your Christmas shopping list? Or perhaps you left all your gift buying to the last minute? Whatever the reason, we’ve curated a list of great gift ideas just for you.
With the holidays on the horizon, business owners need to decide whether to shut up shop – and if so, for how long. Here are seven things to consider when deciding whether or not to close for the holidays.
As small business owners begin the mad rush to the end of the year, they’re being urged to be on the lookout for scams that cost them $30,000 on average.
Managing a business takes a lot more than knowledge alone – you also need strength and determination in spades. And that also means there’s a significant risk of burning out.
Over eight weeks Perpetual Guardian trialled a four-day work week, resulting in an increase in perceived work-life balance without impacting productivity. Can the rest of us now expect a three-day weekend?
All the care and effort you’ve poured into your business so far may come to naught if you don’t take the time for a holiday. And doing so will also require careful planning.