Staffing levels: Ensure you have enough staff to cover all aspects of the event, from setup to breakdown and throughout.
Training and Experience: Ensure your staff has the appropriate training and experience to perform their duties effectively.
Availability: Ensure that your staff is available on the event date and that they are aware of their schedule in advance.
Communication: Ensure that your staff is well-informed about the event details, including their roles and responsibilities, schedule, and any changes that may occur.
Language and cultural barriers: Ensure your staff can communicate effectively with attendees, especially those from diverse backgrounds.

Uniforms and appearance: Ensure that your staff is dressed appropriately and presents a professional appearance.

Pay and benefits: Ensure your staff is compensated relatively and receives any benefits they are entitled to, such as overtime pay or meal breaks.

Safety and security: Ensure that your staff is aware of safety and security procedures and can respond appropriately in an emergency.

Staffing logistics: Ensure that your staff can get to the event location on time and have access to food, water, and restroom facilities during the event.

Staff morale: Ensure your staff is motivated and engaged and feels valued and appreciated for their contributions to the event’s success.

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