The nature of our business means that most times we are in the public eye. So for us at Fontt Enterprises when we say “looking good is good business” it’s not a cliché.
Right from the start, it’s been our goal to stand out and be distinct in our appearance. We’ve always emphasised that our staff are neat and well-groomed. Especially when we work behind-the-scenes. Such as when erecting our games before the guests arrive.
We adhere to the principle that “cleanliness is next to godliness” both for our staff and our games. Thus we make sure of the thorough cleaning of our games.
We have taught the practice of regular maintenance of our games too in our staff. It gives us peace of mind that all our games are well maintained. It ensures their smooth operation at events and the safety of our clients and their guest.
“Take Care Of Your Employees And They’ll Take Care Of Your Business.” – Richard Branson
At Fontt Enterprises we get a sense of satisfaction when our clients notice and commend our dress, grooming and the cleanliness of our games through their testimonials.
At Fontt Enterprises we don’t work on our physical appearance alone we also work on our mindset too! This mindset is why we have training sessions and a well-stocked library of motivational books.
All these help our staff know that their physical and mental wellbeing is important to us. When we take care of our team, our team, in turn, take care of our clients and the business.
These are some of the reasons why our staff are well motivated when they’re on the job and work with little direction from their leader. They know what to do, and they do it with a sense of pride and a fun-loving spirit!
Our employees’ well being and right company image is significant to us. It shows that we value them. This image, in turn, motivates our team to work hard and be at the top of our game (no pun intended) at every event.
Creating a good working environment for our staff translates to our team taking good care of our clients and the business. So it’s a win-win situation for all concerned at the end of the day. Don’t you think so?