Small businesses have gone through a lot the past several months as the world continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Even before the pandemic, employee scheduling was a bit of a hassle. Today, though, it can be downright stressful. To help you navigate employee scheduling so you can keep your doors open and continue to serve your customers, you need the right tools!
With golf season in full swing, courses and clubs are busier than ever managing their business. From scheduling (and rescheduling) tee times to payroll and employee management, business owners have a lot on their plate. Unfortunately, that leaves little time to focus on tasks that need more attention.
It’s safe to say that COVID-19 has affected every individual and business out there. From stay at home orders to social distancing rules for companies, the pandemic has completely changed our norms and routines.
As a small business owner, you’re likely struggling with ways to continue to serve your customers while keeping them safe and healthy. Whether you’ve switched to pick-up only or are trying to keep your customers physically distant from each other while shopping, finding a way to keep your business running smoothly under these circumstances can be a challenge.
Whether you’ve been taking online appointments for years or are just beginning to offer your clients the option to meet with you online, you know that managing these remote appointments can be a hassle. Coordinating with clients, remembering to send reminders, setting up a GoToMeeting or Zoom link, and troubleshooting with a client can waste you and your staff’s precious time and resources.
When it comes to running and growing your small business, metrics matter. Website traffic, social media followers, quarterly budgets, revenue — all of this data is crucial for making informed decisions about staffing, services, and spending. Even with all of that, though, you still may be missing out on metrics that have a direct impact on you and your business.