I and my staff are becoming disgruntled.
Research has proven that when you or your employees are disgruntled, it makes you and them less productive; it causes “leaks” in processes and it increases employee attrition, inflating overall costs.
Research also indicates that to avoid creating disgruntled employees (and to avoid disgruntlement yourself), you need to encourage them more, trust them more, help them develop their skills and knowledge and in general, connect more with them.
This can happen if your daily routines are fairly stable and if you are not buried under daily firefighting.
In many accounting and tax practices, resource constraints lead to people overworking for long periods of time, taking a toll on their productivity and motivation. It is a vicious vortex as the more you try to manage it yourself, the more it sucks you in.
If you want to halt the disgruntlement vortex, and you are ready to embrace a solution that provides you opportunities to develop yourself, your staff and your practice, please use the form below to contact us here at Pransform.