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-- -- that stat -- bringing Kate Rogers here with our small business center on foxbusiness.com.
Taking they so let's say it is small business owners to let go of the rains and they go on vacation whether they're using their act on or whatever while they're on vacation and how do -- prep for that vacation if -- yes definitely so we did cover -- survey on our small business center hasn't on the these small business owners do work really long hours long weeks they -- -- vacation so.
So with travelers insurance in the -- and tips on.
I can prepare your business for your big getaway car and the pressing need to do is properly eat deli keep people to manage like you're gone I think that's part of being -- really good.
Boss is knowing who can handle what tax delegates don't do it all yourself no don't micromanage definitely not and once -- did they -- give is that you should it deem this manager that your appointing.
A dry run before you leave yeah you can see how he or she really handles the -- -- handles working with.
His or her coworker -- keeps your business -- -- I was their first hit.
-- second tip is to train your employees to properly managed by your way so even if they're not gonna be that the head person in charge.
Your clients and customers shouldn't even know that you're gone.
You want things to be running Jesse smoothly yes as they are when you're in office.
And that's to be part of your corporate culture -- is that notion of team working really helping one another I'm keeping the business floats that.
And that was their second test the thermal I think it's very important and that's having a business continuity plan in place.
But and that's a plan that you can -- very easily case the disasters let's see here the hastening time.
A some island -- you get -- you can't come back for another two weeks and at the same time your business once.
They need to know what vendors to call who to call for help and how to pick up the ball and run with it basically say to that is that and Pamela these are well -- -- -- inflate their common mishaps that could happen to small businesses and here.
For us working at fox it's a huge corporation owned by News Corp.
-- if I'm out there's planning people that could replace me or if you don't think I don't think it is likely that as you guys are talking.
I'm thinking of the small -- that it you know I think they have their pain but it really to overlook something fat tail.
And that sentinels companies' most businesses -- well you know under nine employees and and they do have a little with a completely like to control so little relation to control during vacation is something that.
Your typical openly -- data -- and our -- tip from travelers is TU.
Basically closed any loopholes on ongoing projects before he leaves he wanted to meet with.
Project managers I'll crush your business before you head out see -- out on everything and pick back up with -- get back isn't worth it.
Is all of this for a -- -- nothing -- stay at work and work for the week.
I think it's worth and -- -- you have peace of mind when you are away.
-- -- I think -- they connected you know and you have some of the -- people people there you can trust it's definitely worth it it's your family it's memories.
And you know hopefully some down time.
Yet again I -- EV do your due due diligence in hiring and green on the right people for your business you can have more the worry free time hopefully.
-- is Pamela springer -- for coming on agility article on foxbusiness.com.
-- to news thanks to travelers before you summer vacation and and -- -- month springer joins us from mantown.
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