Starting a new business can mean your mind is filled with lots of ideas and information. That often results in oversights that could cost your company dearly. I wanted to give you a helping hand by highlighting some of the issues you might overlook. With a bit of luck, they shouldn’t become major problems if you simply take precautions. When all’s said and done, it’s only your operation that will suffer if you fail to take heed.
Believe it or not, almost a third of business owners say they have been affected by adverse weather or natural disasters. You need to create a plan that will help you deal with any eventuality. It’s important your workers know how to leave the building safely. You’ll also want to think about storing your important documents online.
Lack of funding
Lots of people register their companies without ever thinking about money. Getting a business off the ground without investment could be very difficult. You don’t want to spend six months working before you realize a cash injection is required. By that time, it might be impossible to get the funding you need.
Most employees will work hard for your company. However, you are sure to employ people who are less than dedicated at some point. You are not allowed to fire them without following procedure. The last thing you need is for an ex-employee to take you to court. You could lose everything.
So long as you don’t overlook those possible issues, your business should thrive as we move into 2016. Those of you who want to know more about disaster preparation should keep scrolling until you find the infographic below.
Infographic Produced By http://www.continuitycompliance.org
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