Category: Business Infographics
Today’s offices are full of crazy jargon that can confuse many people in the workplace. The use of clever phrases such as “low hanging fruit” and “top of the funnel” are too catchy not to use. Coming up with workplace jargon like these helps you communicate more with a wider audience and sticks in people’s heads.
This thoroughly comprehensive guide explains the benefits of team work, what constitutes good team work / a good team player, and awesome examples of team building activities to try. Watch your team, and therefore your business, thrive on the basis of this great advice.
Did you know that over 46% of new hires either quit or are fired within the first 18 months? Did you know that candidates who are chosen based on their fit in the company tend to stay longer and contribute much more within the company? This infographic depicts why company culture is a vital importance to a successful business, especially in regards to employee happiness.
Colorado’s first full year with legalized recreational marijuana was quite a year. This infographic dives into the results in 2014 in an easy to read format. The data is sourced from the Colorado Department of Revenue, the Drug Policy Alliance, CNN, and the Denver Post.
YouTube is continuously growing in influence and power. This infographic by Communications@Syracuse breaks down some of the recent numbers regarding the business of YouTube.
Is your business prepared for a disaster? The business continuity plan, or BCP, is the document by which you manage your organization after a critical loss of functions, resources or personnel. You hope you don’t need it, but without it, your organization may never recover. This infographic explains how to create, test and update a BCP to keep your organization covered during a time of crisis.
Good employees are key to the success of any company. Employers often forget that which why some of the best talents decide to seek job elsewhere. Make sure that doesn’t happen to you by following advices about employee retention strategy given in this infographic.
This infographic by Essaymama features the greatest and the most valuable startups that were founded by students. Did you know that such famous companies as Reddit, Dell, Wordpress and Time Magazine were launched by students?
Online ordering, and mobile ordering in particular, is no longer simply a nice add-on for consumers, it’s an expectation. Pizza options for example are about more than just toppings. People want multiple ways to place an order, as well. Here is an infographic that looks at this in more detail.
We all know that gas prices fluctuate all the time, but do you really understand how much gas prices affect small businesses and the overall economy? The constant changes in gas prices make it hard for small business owners to predict how to allocate time and money. Increases in gas prices can mean that many small businesses have to reduce hours given to employees and that consumers have less money to spend on goods.
Modern day conveyor automation is versatile. It allows for enhancement in existing infrastructures as well as supporting entirely new spaces. These conveyor systems have evolved to fit the demands of fast-paced industries. Here is an infographic by Dorner Conveyors showing you how.
The lack of company culture can be damaging to the bottom line of any company, but do companies really know how much of a difference happy employees make? The following infographic explores this in more detail.
You have no doubt heard of websites like Quora, Imgur, Snapchat and Mashable. You might be be surprised to know that all of their founders are below 30 years. What inspire these to be the youngest CEOs in tech? Hot Bargain Phones has put a list of tech CEOs who have made our lives much easier.
Starting a business poses many questions, but first and foremost is the idea of location and how it will play a role in the startups imminent failure or success. When a startup company is set in motion one of the most fundamental questions to answer is, where in the world should this startup be launched? The following infographic breaks down the best places in the world for a startup company based on funding, education of the workforce, economic health, the level of taxing that exists, and what the cost of living looks like.