As we approach the beginning of a new year, it’s hard to come across anyone not making personal New Year’s resolutions or setting business goals for a successful new year. For business owners, employees are a crucial piece of your business success puzzle. Now is a good time to evaluate employee’s past year’s performances and look for ways to increase employee productivity in the coming new year.
David Javitch, of Entrepreneur.com, has come up with a list of 10 New Year’s Resolutions that you and your employees can discuss together to guide them to a more successful and productive year. A goal of mine this year is to form a better daily schedule for work and my personal responsibilities. Have you made any personal or business resolutions for 2009?