First of all, congratulations! We are sure you are here because your company is finally growing; and that is a huge accomplishment by itself. Here are a few useful tips on how to handle a growing company; and expand yourself to suit it…
Find a more suitable commercial building
One of the biggest issues when it comes to growing company, is that the growing work will require more space to work from. And while sometimes it is as simple as moving to a more suitable commercial building, sometimes, especially if you happen to own the building that you currently use, this will not be an option. Instead, consider expanding your current commercial building. Of course, this needs to be done with the proper guidance and permission, which includes a certificate of building compliance Perth.
Get a company vehicle
Along with expanding your building (and perhaps hiring a private building surveyor), consider getting your company it’s own vehicle. Here, there are several options to consider. If you are the type to go out for important meetings, where you need to make an impression, yet don’t have a vehicle, then you need to get a vehicle for this purpose. If you company delivers things to its clients and customers, yet you don’t have your own vehicle for this purpose, then no doubt you must be spending a fortune (and a large part of your income) for this alone. This too can be avoided by getting your company a vehicle.
Get more people under your payroll
How long are you going to expect your employees to multitask and push their limits when it comes to working capacity? Consider hiring more employees as a form of freeing them from their unwanted duties; and giving them a chance to focus better on their job. This, inevitably, will result in them performing better at their work. Remember to make sure that all your new employees are well briefed about what your dreams and goals are (for the company), so they too can perform as well as your existing employees do.
Learn the task of delegating and supervising
Most employers have issue with this. While it is possible for you to be involved in every aspect of your business when it was still small (and perhaps even handle most of it on your own), you must understand that this will not be possible as your company grows. In order to make sure you don’t stretch yourself too much (and inevitably make mistakes), consider learning the art of delegating tasks. Of course, you can still be involved; but in the form of supervising.