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Entrepreneur’s Workplace

Health and Safety Employers - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

What Do Employers Have To Do Regarding Health and Safety in the US

As you may know, health and safety in the workplace is a vast topic that affects many industries, including manufacturing, construction, utilities, and others. And as an employee who is looking for a job or a company hiring new employees, it’s something you’ll want to understand better.

Working conditions are much more than just a few simple rules about staying safe on the job; laws are in place to ensure the safety of every employee. As such, there are numerous things that employers need to do regarding Health and Safety in the US. This blog post will go over everything you need to know about health and safety in the workplace.

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Invest Employee Long Term - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

How Can I Invest In My Employees For The Long-Term?

There are many reasons by which to lower staff turnover. Not only can this prevent the invested capital, time, and energy in training from effectively fleeing your firm and using that for the good of someone else, but it can aid the reputation of your brand through and through.

Of course, when someone leaves your employment, that means you have to hire someone else and the cycle has to begin again. Even those who are tremendously experienced in the job itself will need to be onboarded into your specific workflow, and that can take time and energy to get right.

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Success in your Business Venture - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Top 3 Ways To Be Successful In Your New Business Venture

Starting a new business can be both exciting and overwhelming at the same time. There are so many things to do in order to get your business off the ground, and it can be difficult to know where to start. Here we will discuss three ways that you can be successful in your new business venture. Follow these tips, and you will be well on your way to achieving success!

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Turn Profit with Property - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Ahead, Inspiration

Turn a Profit with your Property by Using this Actionable Guide

Did you know that if you have a property, it may be possible for you to turn a profit with assets you already have? It’s also possible for you to invest in new assets if you have the capital. With the recent downturn of the economy and several layoffs happening, it’s a good time to explore additional ways to make an income.

If you want to find out how you could do this, then this is the guide for you.

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Streamline Business Operations - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Ahead, Lifestyle

6 Tools to Streamline Your Business Operations

Running a business and its operations is hard work. There are so many things to think about and keep track of, from marketing and sales to operations and finance. It can be tough to keep everything organized and streamlined. That is where these six tools come in handy.

They will help you manage your business more effectively and efficiently, so you can focus on what’s really important: growing your business.

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Recovering People Sick Work - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Ahead

3 Ways To Run Your Business When You’re Recovering From Illness 

When you operate your own company, you might believe that you can’t afford to be sick or that you just don’t have time for sickness. While you have a cold or some type of flu virus that makes you feel a bit poorly, you can frequently ‘power through’ and still work (although taking time off is far preferable since you’ll most certainly be less productive and effective if you attempt to work when you’re sick).

However, some circumstances need time away from work. If you get cancer, require surgery, or break a bone, you will not only be out of work for a while, but you may have difficulty returning to work quickly. So, whether you’re recuperating from an illness or surgery, here are some pointers to help you run your company.

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Digital Nomad - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration, Lifestyle

Could the Life of a Digital Nomad be For You?

Digital nomads are people who have given up their traditional jobs and instead work remotely. They are typically location-independent and travel the world while working. The digital nomadic lifestyle is a wonderful way to live life; it’s not just about working from the road, but also exploring new places, meeting new people, and experiencing different cultures.

Many people can’t imagine living on the road, but there are many benefits to this lifestyle. There are many different ways to live on the road, and it’s not a one-size-fits-all. You have to find what works for you and your family. Let’s take a look.

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Practical Things Entrepreneur Needs - Zinny factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Practical Things Every Entrepreneur Needs

Being an entrepreneur and getting an idea up and running isn’t easy. It requires a lot; a lot of determination, a good idea, a work ethic, finance, a particular skill set, the list could go on.

While you may not be able to assist every entrepreneur with this list there are some more practical things you may be able to do or give to that budding entrepreneur you know to make their life a little bit easier, even if they don’t know it yet.

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Should Good Manager use Ultimatums - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Do Good Leaders Use Ultimatums For Motivation?

Ultimatums are often associated with relationships. If one person in a relationship feels they’re not getting what they deserve, they offer an ultimatum to the other. It’s usually along the lines of “change your behavior or I’ll leave”. 

Speaking of which, we also sometimes see ultimatums in the workplace. Leaders often use them as a form of motivation for struggling or underperforming employees. The concept is similar to the example above, only changed slightly to reflect the workplace. Here, the leader will tell employees they need to improve their work or they will be forced to let them go. Typically, we see actual figures or targets set for the employee in question to aim for. 

The thing is…do good leaders use ultimatums? Is this a genuinely viable and recommended form of motivation? 

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