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p490019
Mar 06, 2022
In Business Forum
Winemaking is a delicate process, but managing day-to-day operations and your staff shouldn't be. With Connecteam Winery software, winemakers and owners can focus on bud break and grape ripening instead of working endless hours on staff scheduling, reporting management, inventory, payroll, communications and anything that disrupts the vine-to-wine process. Connecteam Winery software automates the most mundane tasks, provides real-time capture data, provides efficient workflow management, and more. Features that wine owners often use on Connecteam wine software include: Ensure all shifts are covered by easily assigning employees to shifts based on their skills, role, and availability. The whole process is intuitive and easy to navigate with color changes. Automate daily processes and operations with digital checklists, reports and phone number list forms, manual operations management is a thing of the past. This gives you better monitoring of your cellar! Reports include daily checklists, inspections, wine obligations, winemaking process checklists, and more. GPS time tracking with a simple clock in and clock out feature on an employee's mobile phone shows you the exact location of your staff in real timeEmployee timesheets are easily collected and exported for payroll with one click . Payroll can integrate with Quickbooks Payroll online. Assign one-off tasks and include descriptions, videos, subtasks, attach images, and more. As soon as tasks are completed by the winemaker or intern or anyone else (whether in the lab, in the vineyard, in the cellar, etc.), updates are sent to you in real time. For formal and informal internal communications, use real-time notifications, updates, group or private chats to streamline team communication and ensure everyone is on the same page with relevant information. Important company announcements, employee recognition, winemaking process updates or other critical messages won't be missed.
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p490019
Mar 06, 2022
In Business Forum
Let's face it, the most important thing is sales per day. Senior management wants to see profits. Retail operations managers look at sales figures to determine why one store has higher sales than another. You need to call the location A sales manager to find out why location B is doing better. By the time you collected this information, the picture may have changed. If a recent launch has taken place, headquarters may request daily sales of the new product. Therefore, you must approach each branch daily for an inventory count. You can also provide advice to stores that have not reached the sales quota. When working with pen and paper, calculating all the numbers can take a long time. Also, there is no incentive for email list sellers to sell. Therefore, it does not encourage engagement in an industry known for its high turnover. Connecteam Tip: When you're digitized, reporting becomes much easier. Your sales managers can report the numbers to you at the end of the day via chat or a full digital report. With data, you have a clear view of what works and what doesn't. Data arrives so quickly that you can make changes the same day. Retail operations can increase engagement by using incentives, such as giving away freebies to the top five sellers of the week. You can announce the top five sellers of the week using the update feature, where other employees can like and comment. Sellers will want to be featured on updates or win a giveaway. Moreover, it could encourage assistants to sell more. If a sales person sells a lot of a product, their colleagues can film it to show employees how to sell. Once you send it out as a company-wide update, everyone will like, comment, and rally the team.
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p490019
Mar 05, 2022
In Business Forum
Staff should check their temperature and any symptoms of COVID-19 before coming to work. If an employee is feeling a bit uncomfortable, you can suggest that they take a covid test and wait at home until they are sure they are negative. employee checklist app screens Tip 2: Renew sick leave policies Make sure staff are aware of new coronavirus policies. This includes knowing how to declare sick leave. Additionally, employees must have relevant contact phone numbers if they need to enter quarantine. Additionally, it is essential that staff members do not feel penalized for staying home for testing positive. It is important to explain that masks can reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19. Also, let staff know that they need to be changed daily or wash reusable ones to email list minimize germs. Be sure to stay up to date on the latest CDC guidelines for masks as they vary by country and even by state. Tip 4: Remind staff to be careful on public transport If employees use public transportation to get to work, you can provide guidelines to keep them safe during the pandemic. This is essential if your country no longer has limits on the number of people who can enter public transport at the same time. Suggest that your employees sit where there is a free seat next to them to keep their distance and open a window if possible. Contain the spread at work If employees work together, according to the CDC, try to space them at least 6 feet (2 m) apart. When it comes to lunch and break times during the pandemic, try to spread out everyone's breaks so they aren't together. Indeed, staff usually take off their masks to eat, drink or generally take a short mask-free break. Additionally, break areas should be constantly cleaned and disinfected, as these areas potentially expose workers to COVID-19. Tip 6: Hygiene should be your top priority If your business is retail-based, you not only have to worry about your staff, but also your customers.
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p490019
Mar 05, 2022
In Business Forum
Unless you've been living in oblivion, you know the widespread impact of COVID-19. Globally, there are no groups of people or individuals whose beings have not been affected by the pandemic. This also applies to small businesses which have been among the hardest hit, regardless of their sector. Business owners have had to quickly change the way they operate, including: setting up staff to work from home, digitizing day-to-day operations, shifting to online retail and even some complete closures of operations during the lock. It's fair to say that the pandemic has put business owners to the test! These days, it seems like everywhere people turn, there's a new, stronger and more contagious strain. This comes with a new set of rules implemented by the government, leaving small business owners wondering if they are doing enough? ! With the threat of phone number list future lockdowns, the question small business owners are asking is “should we panic?” ", The answer is no ! It's essential to plan ahead and be prepared with all the tools that can help you survive and thrive during the pandemic. Luckily for you, we sat down and thought about everything you could do to improve your current operations and get through these difficult times. Check your rights Before you even think about what you can do to improve your business during the pandemic. You must ensure that you have checked what funds are available to you. Small businesses are often able to apply for disaster relief, which is worth looking into as it could help your cash flow. Connecteam – #1 App for Employees Stay organized during the pandemic and update your staff on the latest requirements in real time! Reduce phone calls and text messages by digitizing employee schedules, daily health reports and more! Learn more! application of personnel checklists Planning your business during the pandemic As the coronavirus spreads, companies are looking for new ways to maintain profits while keeping their staff safe. If you haven't made a contingency plan yet, now is the time! It's not too late to put a plan in place.
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