2 Essential Things To Have In Place Before Your Start Your Business

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Are you looking to start a new business? If so, there are some things you need to do before getting started. By being proactive and planning, you will have everything in order when your business launches. That way, you can work towards success and achieve your goals right away.

Regardless of which work sector your company operates in, you still have logistics to attend to. Here are some of the most important ones to get you started.

Health and Safety Services

Providing a safe workspace is essential for your employees and customers. Not only is it the law, but people want to know that they are out of harm’s way when they are working or visiting your establishment. That is why working with health and safety support professionals is so important.

Safety is crucial in any work environment, from agriculture and horticulture to veterinarians, and everything in between. Social care, health and beauty, and education all require health and safety protocols to be followed successfully. 

Knowing how to handle workplace safety is very involved and nuanced. Health and safety support services will work with you and guide you on the laws and regulations required by your specific business license to ensure compliance. Or, if you are an already established business, they will provide an assessment or audit on what you already have in place.

Watch this fun and informative video for more information on why safety protocols must be implemented appropriately.

Customer Service

As you and your team interact with the world, you are putting yourselves out there as ambassadors for your company and everything it stands for and has to offer. Every communication will leave a memory or impression on those on the other end of the conversation. Whether that conversation is via social media, a text, over the telephone, or in person, it all matters.

Train your staff to conduct themselves with kindness and decorum. Let them know that phrases such as “I don’t know, but I’ll find out” are perfectly suitable when there is follow-through. Giving the best answer possible is always the best customer service, even if that answer is not immediately available.

If answering the phone, texts, and chats linked to your website become too distracting for employees who are already engaged with other parts of their jobs, consider outsourcing to a professional customer service call center. They can handle all your phone calls, and provide proper answers or instructions based on training. Or, they can function as an answering service and forward calls to your team, as appropriate. 

Another option is sort of a hybrid where the call center answers calls and provides service on your behalf during designated hours. During the other hours, the calls are routed directly to your business location.

woman answering phones

By having a business plan, doing your due diligence, and putting best practices into place before your business goes live, you will be better prepared to handle everything that comes your way. There will always be reasons to pivot or change trajectory, but knowing you have health and safety resources along with other business essentials at your ready will leave you with time to focus on the business at hand – yours.

Meet the Author | Jenna

Jenna Greenspoon is a mom & stepmom to 4 kids between the ages of 8 and 13. She loves staying up to date on all things kids and makes sure she is on point with the latest childhood trends! She is the owner of Savvy Sassy Moms and manages a team of creative contributors that work hard to keep moms up to date on the latest trends. Jenna loves social media and works on a variety of social media campaigns with brands big and small. Connect with Savvy Sassy Moms on Instagram

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