One of the ways in which you can popularize your water sports park is by having it operate on a 24-hour basis. You have to understand that majority of the people in the society hold 9 to 5 jobs. So if you have a water sports park that also works on a 9 to 5 basis, it would be in conflict with people’s work schedules. Yet most people prefer to visit water sports parks after work, for relaxation. By having a water sports park that only functions during the day-time, you miss out on such potential clients. Given this state of affairs then, it is really a good idea to consider operating a 24-hour water sports park. It is not as hard as it sounds. When you come to think of it, you realize that in operating a 24-hour water sports park, you only need to pay attention to:
- Lighting: obviously, a 24-hour water sports park needs to be well-lit, for the sake of the people who will be using it at night. To this end, you may need to install flood lights.
- Security: people will have concerns about visiting a water sports park at night. To reassure them, you need to put in place stringent security measures (including CCTV cameras and well trained guards).
- Employee shifts: you may need to have 3 shifts for employees, if you are to operate a 24-hour water sports park. To manage the shifts, you can put in place something similar to the Liteblue usps portal, which is used by US Postal Service employees. That is an arrangement where the USPS workers just have to visit the usps liteblue employee login whenever they want to access their shift/work schedule details. You can have a similar system for your (24-hour) water sports park employees: somewhere they can log in at any time to find out which shifts they have been placed on.