Abbi and Ritu are 2 parts of an astonishing duo that appears to have obtained their working style arranged neatly! He (Abbi) deals with all the operations and hands-on of the business and even guarantees that he's available on location for all storage assignments while she (Ritu) handles the business from the back-end, taking care of all the advertising, sales, customer service support and even the finances of the organization as well! Together, they've certainly possessed the capacity to bring their business to reap success while getting an all-adjusted family solution for an all-rounded self storage brand in Melbourne.
Supercheap Storage has been around for a long time now and it's overwhelming the self storage industry. The special ingredient is its extraordinarily curated and built storage modules that are made of plywood. This plywood is mechanically solid and that guarantees the whole load of your things loaded inside will be safe and secure while on the move with us! We enable our clients to lock up their own self storage unit once everything has been arranged at your location and that is our method for demonstrating to you that we regard your protection and keep your things in secrecy until the point that the day you call for us to return-deliver your self storage pod back to you!
Inside the walls of our self storage units is another generation worth of special ingredient. In contrast with the conventional metal storage containers, you'll be astounded at the difference this makes particularly in case you're putting away things for a prolonged period of time. What's more, in case you're additionally stressed over putting away things of significant worth, these shields will facilitate your sense of assurance about the upkeep of the nature of your costly items as well!
Remote workers need a high level of discipline in order to ensure deadlines are met consistently. In order to give them the assurance that they were hired because of their work ethics, trust needs to be made present. However, the employer still needs to somehow grounds the remote worker to let them know that they are still in check so proper work attitude will prevail.
It is indeed true that a person behaves exactly the way he/she is being treated. Thus, before we expect our staff to perform, we need to provide that very environment that would enable them to give their best. Only then would we be able to see them achieving beyond expectations.
In my years providing service in a self storage facility, what I realise gains you the most respect amongst your employees, is when you're willing to stand up for them when they are facing issues. As a head or manager of your department, you have to ensure them that they have portable skills, skills which you currently value because they are working for you. Otherwise they are going to leave in the droves...
People are so judgmental about mothers -- be it a working mom, or a stay-at-home-mom. In most of such cases, it is often the group of people who have not personally gone through a similar experience who are doing all the pointing. They do not make themselves heard to come up with a solution but instead, they are just making baseless assumptions which they believe but have yet to encounter.
As a manager of my own business doing storage in Australia, I try my best to create a sort of family environment in the workplace. I definitely take complaints and comments seriously, especially when it comes from my staff! I need to do my best to show them that I genuinely care for their well being and I will ensure that whatever issues and problems they have will be looked at with all due seriousness. It's the least I can do for the people who are dedicating their lives to work for me right?
We would have known by now in this modern era that working remotely for a high percentage of employees is not impossible anymore. This trend has also been picking up its pace in recent years as companies work towards providing a more conducive work environment alongside saving various costs. However, those who need to be on the roads as part of their daily duty definitely do not have this privilege. It is an inevitable work risk that they would have to take on a daily basis because without them, work processes cannot be completed.
I've always had this impression that we've all got a relatively large amount of AI that already exists in a lot of our systems in the form of chat bots who are able to resolve minor and non-exceptional circumstances. I mean clearly what we want to do is create a bigger impact with the AI, so that we can save more money in the HR department, but it will be a fine line deciding which roles we can do away with human involvement for.