This week UH started it’s fall session. While I’m sure the first thing many of us thought was, “oh great, more traffic,” for us here at Isle Concierge it means that scheduling our workers becomes a bit trickier. To begin with we are already a small company with nine employees. Needless to say, when five of us had to go back to school this week our company definitely felt the impact of heading back to school.
The past three months we’ve enjoyed having a full staff available in the office to handle anything and everything that’s been thrown at us. From events, to deliveries, and everything in between we did it all. Now with our part timers going back to school, the balancing act that is being a concierge is a bit tricker.
What does this mean for our clients? Not much. Isle Concierge will still maintain the high quality of excellence to those that we service. Where it’s really felt is behind the scenes. Scheduling deliveries and events will take a little work to make sure we have the appropriate staffing to cover everything. Ultimately though, it’s the faces we’ll miss seeing on a regular basis. Staff that we’ve worked with daily or 3-4 times a week for the past couple of months, we won’t see on a daily basis anymore and may only see them once or twice a week.
However, this is a sacrifice that Isle Concierge gladly accepts. We only want the best for our employees so if it means we have to juggle things a little bit then so be it. In the long run, it’ll all be worth it.