How To Improve Staff Retention In Your Business

How To Improve Staff Retention In Your Business

A business is only as good as the staff it hires, and whether they remain loyal to the firm can be quite telling of the company’s future. 

Unfortunately, many people are finding their jobs at risk these days, and for many people, the decision to stay or go is out of their control. However, staff retention should always be the priority, even when a pandemic isn’t ripping through the country. Experience is what keeps your business afloat, and workers you can fully depend on need to be in plentiful supply. 

Therefore, here’s how to better staff retention in your business. 

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Advanced Lighting Technology for Growing Cannabis

Advanced Lighting Technology for Growing Cannabis

If you’re familiar with outdoor cannabis growing, chances are you’ve at least considered bringing your operation inside. Indoor growing gives you more control over crop inputs, reduces problems with pests, and lets you grow year-round. It also takes some specialized equipment.

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Duncan Clark: Teysha Technologies’ Natural Waste-Derived Biodegradable Deal

Duncan Clark: Teysha Technologies’ Natural Waste-Derived Biodegradable Deal

In August 2020, Teysha Technologies announced that it had entered into a new partnership with a leading skincare manufacturer, providing biodegradable lids composed of natural, waste-derived materials.

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Small Space For a Garden? DIY Garden in a Mint Tin

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With endless hours to fill during quarantine, many people in small homes and apartments had to get creative. While people with large yards and country homes were able to plant gardens, people in smaller dwellings struggled.

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Micro-Inverters: Pros & Cons

Micro-Inverters: Pros & Cons

Inverters are an essential component in all solar panel installations because they are like the brain of the system. When light energy from the sun is absorbed by the solar panels, is transformed into DC or Direct Current, which is similar to the energy from batteries. The problem is that the energy from the utility grid is AC or Alternating Current. Therefore, an inverter is required to convert the electricity from DC into AC in order to power the appliances in your home or business.

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