Not every improvement you make on your home will create a return on the investment you make. But some will, and the return can be great. From renovating bathrooms, to improving curb appeal, what’s really important to ensuring profit from your reno? Here’s my top 5 home improvements that will provide a return on investment.
Following on from our post last week about retaining staff, I had a few questions about bonus systems and how they work. Incentivising staff is a great way to increase productivity and help keep your employees satisfied within their job, and the bonus doesn’t always need to be financial.
Bonus Systems – Could…Continue Reading
I can hardly believe that we are just a week off sending our kids back to school. It feels like only yesterday we were thinking about Christmas and now we are looking at having a homework nook, or a dedicated space for the boys to have for their homework. We don’t have the room for…Continue Reading
Staff can become a large stress for small business, especially retaining great staff. It can be costly replacing staff, not to mention all the time it takes to effectively train the new team members. But there are a few simple ways in which to encourage your staff to stay with your business longer. Here are…Continue Reading
The beginning of the year has been a busy one with clients looking for my mood board services. I’ve just completed a new board, for a 3 year old girl who is moving into her big girl bed. I’ve loved the tween boards I completed last year, but I think this is my favourite so…Continue Reading
The New Year brings a wave of DIYers willing to give a few jobs around their home a try. While we think it is fantastic for you to be involved in improving your home, there are a few things you must do before undertaking a DIY project, to ensure your safety and the ensure the…Continue Reading