The “mom and pop” attitude is, perhaps, one of the things that has made the small business what it is. Customers love a personal touch. But when it comes to hiring employees, you need to take other things into consideration, such as utility. Unless you’re the best in the world at what you do, high-caliber employees will not be attracted to working with you unless they smell something good, and I’m not talking about filling your office with air fresheners. - See more at: http://www.smallbiztechnology.com/archive/2013/06/how-a-proper-office-environment-may-help-you-hire-top-talent.html/#sthash.hDELGgcd.dpuf





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Written by BizRock
1543 days ago

The office environment is particularly useful if you hiring a best employees which you can find. You must provide all conditions if you want the best results and the best workers.Thanks for great article!



Written by logistico
1543 days ago

Nice post Miguel, I never thought of these that matter, then I remember one of my experience when I was having a training job in the IT business. I expect that their office is organized but I was upset when I got there. There were so many trash and dust. I hate dust because I have an allergy with it and I'm well organized person. I hate mess. And the tools is so hard to find because they were scramble. I'm totally not comfortable so I decided to quit.

Anyways, thanks for this, I'll always bring these tips into the business area.



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