Father’s Day Card By Yenlarts

Thanks to Yenlarts, I was able to have a customized my Father’s Day card this year!

According to the website,

“There is no such thing as a ‘typical dad!’ When I was designing this series, our diverse Canadian society inspired me. Canada is a wonderful country that embraces families of all shapes and sizes in all kinds of beautiful skin tones!

Whether you are an expectant dad or a seasoned father with one or several kids, a grandfather, a stepdad or a foster dad, I want these illustrations to represent what fatherhood means to you. 

This series depicts five different stages of fatherhood with four skin tone variations (ivory, beige, honey, and espresso) to present our proud Canadian multicultural society. “

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You get to choose from five different styles and the skin tones of each figure on the card.

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To top it off, this year you also receive a special Love Multiculturalism waterproof sticker with your order!

I put mine on my coffee tumbler.

Click below to order yours now!

https://www.yenlarts.com/art-of-fatherhood

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Quote Of The Week: Employees

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“Treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.”— Steven Covey

How many think that customers are the most important part of the business? No customers mean no income, right? However, when you have an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and friendly employee, sooner or later, they shall attract curious folks. These can turn into paying customers.

Unfortunately, many higher ranking people of the management level tend to just push and demand for numbers and complete monopoly of their staff’s life. Think about this….

1) Would you call and message your customer all the time, even if they are on vacation and bombard them with product offers?

2) Would you expect your customer to give up their vacation time to support a special sale that you decided to set up?

Yes, these sound ridiculous…and I am not even talking about the topic of minimum wage. Thank goodness for government for slowly increasing the minimum wage, which helps the small businesses to adapt to the increase in wages. But, sadly, inflation and the cost of living is constantly one step ahead.

Consequently, large corporations have a system of wage increases that reflects on the seniority of their staff. Small businesses should also have that in place, especially if there is a staff who is trustworthy, hardworking and knowledgeable about your business. You want that staff to stay working for you and not have to beg for a raise each year. It just makes sense that long-time staff have a higher value in the company in comparison to inexperienced new recruits, right?

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