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"Professional help Each owner of the business have to think carefully about the future. From the owner perspective, the legal obligations and rights affecting business sometime are difficult to understand. There are many companies which can offer professional support to businesses. It is important to employ an accountant, solicitor or business consultant with an in-depth knowledge to make sure that the business is secured in the future and meet all regulations. There are many people who want to share their experience for a fee. However, it is expensive but it may be helpful in expanding the business and developing future options. Business consultants are highly skilled and they are providing individual solutions for each client. They able to help with: • practical advice • ideas for reducing expenses • how to develop and expand • any other general business problem As I mentioned in first part of my report, before starting my own business I would like to contact with highly skilled business consultants to cover lacks in my experience. It gives me idea and some useful advice about running own business. The professional support will be able to have a look my business ideas and tell something more about it - Is it worth doing? I also will be need professional help in the future. If my business grow-up I may need accountant to deal with HM Revenue & Custom and solicitor to make sure that my business meets all legal regulations such as: health and safety regulations, and different food industry regulations such as food hygiene etc. " "Training The business may need to train workers if there have been changes in the company’ goals or objectives or an introduction of new process. Training involves employees being taught new skills or improving skills they already have. Training staff in the future will be essential to make sure that my employees have a good qualifications and ability to do their job. Well trained workforce has certain benefits for each business. They should be more productivity. This will help the business to achieve its overall aims, such as boosting sales, keeping customer happy etc. Training should also help me to create more flexible workforce because of grater employee skills. For example if the business needs to reorganise something and some employees must replace another ones, workers may have to be trained in new tasks/responsibilities. Training staff cost a lot of money but it leads to better performance in the future. Increasing the skills levels in the business is beneficial. If you identify any lacks in skills in your business you can provide training to your employees to fill all lacks in skills. Skills development will increase employees’ confident. Training staff to work more effectively or more efficiently can rapidly increase their productivity as well as increasing the business’s profit. Skilled employees have a wider rang of skills and they are able to work in different area of the business. For example trained worker with experience will be able to replace someone in the future if this person will we get retied. Training might be provided by business consultants or may be taken at local colleges (e.g. Bolton Community college which offers a wide range NVQ’s)" "Timescales and planning Planning involves thinking about the future direction of the business as well as identifying the strategies and skills required to achieve goals. It is very important to set time scales because it will help to monitor own and business’s development to make sure that it stays on the right way." "Cost implications Businesses faced with financial problem may see spending on training and development as a luxury which has to be cut. Businesses often think that training lead to increased costs, wasted time, disruption. Financial costs might include the wage allowance paid to employee, fees for training at local college, equipment and travel allowances. To some extent these costs are offset by government payments for training schemes paid to the employer. It is mainly dedicated to small and medium businesses. Financial support is offered to boost workers’ skills, with the specific aim of improving productivity. The Government thinks that will help hundreds of thousands of people to get skills which are proved to pay back to the companies they work for." I know that it is quite long so if you don't have a time could you just check a part of it? Thank you :)

Asked By: Corry - 11/16/2008
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Answered By: Mark4u - 11/16/2008
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I know that it is quite long so if you don't have a time could you just check a part of it? this part i read n its correction wud b :- I know that it is quite long so if you don't have time could you just check a part of it? the word a wont b used here lol
Answered By: cool gal - 11/16/2008
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