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Nevada Business Solutions gives businesses the tools they need to succeed in the modern business world. We take a personal approach to each of our customers. We learn the specific needs of your business and industry so we can tailor our services to your business goals. Whether you need an engagement strategy, employee training or something completely different, we use our ever-growing resource network and a team of specialists to accommodate every business hurdle. Your business is at the heart of everything we do and together we can improve your bottom line.
70 percent of U.S. employees are disengaged at work.
11 Billion dollars is lost annually because of employee turnover in the U.S.
51 percent of employees are seeking new employment.
56 percent of employers reported having difficulty retaining top potential talent.
Employee retention goes beyond the number of zeroes in a workers paycheck. Some of the biggest influencers of turnover and disengagement come from non-monetary factors. There is even research that shows a person would give up a $5,000 raise if they could get a better boss. Now, what does that say about our current work[…]
Figuring out who to promote can be tricky. Who you promote tells a lot about the business culture, what you value and how you reward hard work. It can also have an effect on the well-being of your other employees, especially if you pick someone they see as undeserving. That’s why before you make the[…]
The reality of the property business is that there are good landlords and bad landlord. Most owners want their tenants to see them as good landlords, but likeable as you are, being perceived as “good” takes a lot more than personality. It takes a considerable amount of work. If you’re asking why you should care[…]
A steady source of revenue from tenant rent is the bread and butter of being a landlord. You have to be confident that your tenants will make rent each month, but plan for when they don’t. The first step in making sure your tenants are reliable and trustworthy is by screening them before handing over[…]
Our Connection Ambassadors can assist your employees in a number of ways. One such way is through financial coaching. While an employee’s finances may not directly affect your business, it can have a heavy toll on their productivity. When an employee is worried about making ends meet at home, it can bleed into their work[…]
My wife and I took a trip to a local department store looking for a new bedspread. We found one we liked, but it wasn’t the right size. We thought maybe one of the other stores might have it in stock. I pushed the service button and waited. After five minutes we began walking the aisles[…]
A common problem for small businesses is how to acquire and maximize capital. Resources can be tight for a small business on a budget. A business owner has to decide where to spend on exposure, new services, expansion and some other areas that could determine the course of your company’s future. While many small business[…]
Some employers treat their employees with a revolving door policy. They have an idea of how many people will leave each month and have set up a system to stem the loss of revenue due to new hiring. This sort of policy may work in industries like telephone sales or certain high volume manufacturing, but[…]
The reason people quit their jobs is not always clear but what is clear is how employee turnover hurts your business. To minimize the damage of turnover, we have compiled a list of common complaints people have about their work that led them to quit. 1. Overwork Burnout is a very real problem that many[…]
Company culture is a favorite topic of discussion in modern business circles. Businesses like Google, Wegmans, and Nike are creating cultures that have been highly praised by employees and business owners alike and some companies even try to emulate their structure. Emulation can help frame a company culture, but it is important for businesses to[…]