What is Staff Efficiency, and why is it important?


Acceler8me offers HR consulting services, so we recognise the importance of staff efficiency. You may already have staff working for you or you may be looking to hire staff, either way, staff efficiency is definitely something that you need to be familiar with. It defines as employee productivity, and it’s a key element to success in your business. If productivity is high, then this increases the likeliness of the business is more profitable.

If you are at the stage where you are looking to hire staff, then it would be really beneficial for you, and your business, to know how to improve performance and quality in all areas of production, including choosing the right people for the roles. This will not only bring on the best possible outcome, but it will also reduce costs.

This isn’t about making sure you select the best person during the interview stage, it’s about knowing exactly what your company will benefit from, and recognising what areas you need specific help in.


It’s really worth laying down a strategic plan of your own strengths and weaknesses in this business, this is a great place to start in order to recognise what your business needs. This is something that we help layout with you with our consultation meetings at Acceler8me.


I have met a lot of entrepreneurs who are absolutely convinced they can succeed in this business alone. Don’t get me wrong some people can, which is a huge achievement, but why struggle in certain areas when there is so much help available? Especially when you are looking to grow your business.


If you already have staff and are looking to increase their efficiency, you can read these tips that I have put together here for staff efficiency. Even so, if you don’t have the staff yet read this too, so you know exactly what you expect from your team.


The most important thing to remember is that when you value your staff because of the work, they put on they will value you in return. This isn’t about getting your ‘boss’ hat on and telling them off for not reaching certain goals, it’s about setting boundaries and gaining the most out of them, and as a result, everybody wins.


Get in touch with a member of the team today to discuss where you’re at in your business, and we will help you answer certain questions like; will you benefit from employees at this point? What areas do you need more help in? What do you need to work on?


We’re more than happy to assist you on this journey.


Brad Channer,

Director, Acceler8me.