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Posted by Insightlink on 10/21/22
Advocating for Mental Health Days in the Workplace
Mental health advocacy in the workplace is a growing topic among employees and employers, but getting the ball rolling where you work can be intimidating and difficult. We spend a large majority of our time at work, so it needs to be a place where we feel comfortable being honest about mental health and any other issues in our lives. Mental health days are time off of work that allows employees to take a break from the stress and responsibility of work to recharge or address anything that is affecting their mental health. Much like a sick day, it gives employees an opportunity to recharge and recover.
More and more companies are implementing mental health days and other measures to improve the workplace environment of their business. These changes benefit not only the employees, but the employer as well by improving people’s motivation and productivity. If you want to advocate for more mental health days in your workplace, here are three easy things you can do to get started.
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Posted by Insightlink on 10/14/22
Strategies for Setting Remote Employees Up for Success
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way that many companies think about how they run their operations, especially when it comes to how and where their employees work. While it used to be traditional for people to work out of physical offices, safety precautions, including the need to socially distance, required many businesses to transition to a remote workforce. It worked so well that many companies are sticking with the idea and having more of their employees work from home.
Some may feel like a remote workforce is too hard to manage and keep on task, but it really just takes some good advice and proper planning, and your team can be as productive as they were at the office. Let’s talk about strategies that you can use to set your remote team up for success.Read full post
Posted by Insightlink on 10/06/22
Top 10 Tips To Create A Positive Workplace Culture
A positive work culture values employee happiness and satisfaction, encourages collaboration, and provides opportunities for professional growth. Happy members are always more productive, so it's in the best interest of either startups or larger companies to create a work environment where they can thrive.
Let's have a look at 10 simple ways how this can be achieved.
Posted by Insightlink on 10/06/22
How to Secure a Successful Career Path in Family Business
Running a business is one of the best ways to make a living, but it’s also one of the most challenging things in the world. No matter where you live, how old you are, and what industry you’re in, being a business owner means that you’re in charge of tons of different things and that you need to solve tons of different problems every single day. That’s what makes this position so hard and if you’re one of those people who don’t perform well under risk, you might think about doing something else. But, what if you’re in charge of a family business that has been around for generations and you’re supposed to save it from a financial disaster? Well, if that’s the case, you have to look into various ideas that might help you secure your family legacy and take your company to a whole new level, and in case you’re not sure how to make that happen, here are a few ideas to consider.Read full post
Posted by Insightlink on 09/30/22
How To Teach Your Employees Financial Literacy
Financial stress is more common in the workplace than you might realize. According to statistics, 53% of adults are worried about their financial situation, while 78% of American adults live paycheck to paycheck. While this might appear as a personal problem for some, it can negatively impact your workforce. When employees face a challenging financial situation, they are more likely to miss work and perform poorly.
Therefore, as employers, it's crucial to focus on improving the financial education of your employees to help them gain the confidence to enhance their well-being without losing focus at work. Being financially literate can also help them better manage their finances and prevent them from ending up with financial woes. In return, you will get a higher employee loyalty and retention rate, which can be cost-effective in the long run.
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Posted by Insightlink on 09/22/22
Self-Employment: Steps to Take to Become Your Own Boss
As work obligations become more demanding and desirable jobs become more difficult to get, an increasing number of individuals are deciding to become self-employed. Being your own boss, setting your own hours, and making executive decisions yourself are all appealing aspects of this type of work. But self-employment can come with its own challenges as well. It takes plenty of time, focus, dedication, and hard work to reach success on your own. To make this process a bit simpler and increase your chances of triumph, here are some of the most essential steps you should take when becoming self-employed:Read full post
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