Tag Archives: Family

Family Business Is Big Business – Infographic

In the United States, 90% of businesses are family-owned. These businesses play an important role in the lives of involved family members, so it’s important for organizational issues to be resolved quickly. This infographic outlines how a family business consultant can help these types of organizations run more efficiently. Continue reading

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What Would Make You Decline A Job Offer That Requires Relocation? – Infographic

Jobs are a tricky thing. At least for us new post-graduates. We scour job sites, send out applications, and sometimes get responses. But what happens when the jobs you get take you outside of your home? Relocation is a reality for many professions, both young and old. Relocation is never easy, and not everyone is accepting these far away offers.

Many potential canidates are put off by the thought of selling their home and finding a new one. Others are afraid to leave their families and friends, starting new in an unknown city. And another big group are put off by higher cost of living that is associated with many locations. These problems are giant drawbacks to relocating, but and luckily companies are compensating with incentive packages.

Would a hefty relocation bonus, higher salary or temporary housing bonuses sway you to relocate? Let us know!

Source: Daily Infographic, Atlasvanlines.com

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The Signs of Stressed and Overworked Employees – Infographic

Are you stressed at work? You’re not alone: A recent Gallup poll indicates that on-the-job pressure is the top reason for employee dissatisfaction in the American workforce, and nearly half of American workers say their job is “very or extremely stressful.”

And whether you notice it or not, you’re broadcasting clear signs that should indicate to your employer that you are overworked and need a change of pace. The infographic below, developed by Column Five in conjunction with employee wellness company Keas, shows exactly how employees behave when they’ve been pushed to their limits. Workers tend to develop classic symptoms when their workload gets too much to bear, such as poor memory, fatigue and bad time management. They also exhibit odd behaviors, working too much or too little in response to the level of stress in the workplace. Employers should be watching for these key symptoms and redirecting overworked employees to a more manageable situation…Read More

Infographic research and design by Column Five