Overworked employees equals unproductive employees. When workers are overloaded, everyone suffers. The infographic below from TransForm Solution, LLC shows how employee overload hurts a company and simple solutions to combat it.
One of the nicest things about working for a big company is all the perks. From health insurance to free lunches, large corporations entice job candidates and gain employee retention by providing them with a long list of benefits. The infographic below from InsightLink outlines the best perks from some of the world’s biggest companies.
Employee engagement is one of the most important aspects of work life. If employees are engaged, they will be motivated to perform well and their productivity levels will ultimately rise. Disengaged employees, however, will be dissatisfied with their positions and will have a lacklustre attitude towards the company’s goals. The infographic below from 15Five outlines how organizations can engage their employees.
Overworked employees is a real issue many companies are facing in today’s society. With so many people putting all their focus on work and forgetting about everything else, they are sacrificing a work-life balance. But this balance is necessary to health, happiness and even productivity. The infographic below from Wrike takes a look at the realities of becoming overworked.
Here at Ridiculously Efficient, we are big advocates for employee engagement, for both in-office workers and telecommuters. An engaged employee is one who is more productive, feels part of a bigger goal, and is inspired to do their best work. The infographic below from Mindjet shows just how beneficial engaged employees are to any company.
Flexible working gives workers the ability to choose their own schedules and give themselves the freedom to work around other aspects of their lives. So, it’s no wonder that more and more companies are offering flexible working as an enticing perk to job candidates. The infographic below takes a look at the rise of flexible working.
Becoming more productive requires time, patience and whole lot of will power. But, you won’t get anywhere if you don’t take advice from some of the busiest and most productive people out there. The below infographic from Open Forum provides five useful productivity tups from incredibly busy people.
We already know that plants have a big place in the workplace. Just being able to look at a desk plant can help boost your productivity. But, how else can plants help workers get through their hectic days? The infographic below from Ambius takes a look at just how powerful plants can be in the workplace.
Changing your daily habits to become more productive can be daunting. It takes a lot of will power and it often takes some time before you see any results. But, there are smaller changes you can make to your work routine that will help inch you towards high levels of productivity. The infographic below shows nine ways to help you increase your focus.
Modern management may not have come as far as we think. While some leaders practice open communication and provide a creative and fun workplace, others are still unable to change their ways. The infographic below from Top Management Degrees compares the modern manager to slave owners.
A productive day isn’t one in which you push through task after task; this will only lead to you feeling overworked. Instead, a productive day is one in which you are able to complete your tasks well, and end the day with a feeling of accomplishment. The only way to achieve this by filling your day with periodic breaks that help recharge you and keep you on top of your game. The infographic below from Wrike takes a look at the science behind productive breaks.