Yes, your business is still a small one. It’s growing, and you think you can ignore problems until they’re big enough, to save money. What you don’t realize is there might be no opportunity for your business to make it big if it is already known for small but horrible problems.
Take a look at these issues:
There is no such thing as a small rodent problem. When you notice signs of their presence, you need to act fast. They may be hiding in places you wouldn’t think are habitable, and they might be strolling through the office at night, exposing everything and everyone to diseases they carry. They may come out anytime they want. Commercial pest control is necessary for Salt Lake City if you don’t want them coming out at the most inopportune time–such as when you’re having a meeting with investors, perhaps?
You want to protect your brand by selling only quality products. Fail to do this, and you might be looking at authentic items getting out and looking like imitation due to their poor quality. Random quality checks can be done before shipments are sent to product distributors, and you can also hire employees to oversee the manufacturing process and catch errors as they happen.
Gossip travels fast, and it’s harder to kill if there’s a shred of truth mingled with the fabricated story. Your reputation may be tarnished by a former employee saying you tolerate bullying in the workplace or, worse, don’t make yourself aware of the situation at all. It may start as chatter among employees, then one person tells their friends, who tell their acquaintances. Neglect will decide the image of your company for you, and it’s not going to be in your favor.
Who would want to work for a company with known problems? Give your business the best chances of survival by being on top of difficult situations.