Category: Business Infographics
When it comes to choosing the right color for your living room, bedroom or even your business it’s important that the colour represents what your trying to achieve. From the dawn of tyrannical multinational business, color has helped brands progress. Why?
Once you face the fact that no one likes to work for a living, you can start to see what it is that makes people tick. When nothing seems to be working and your employees still have a look of silent desperation it might be time to take a closer look at what is causing their unhappiness.
Business owners realize quickly that running a business is more than a full-time job—it’s a lifestyle. So whether you just started building your business from the ground up, or are looking to expand further, it’s crucial to have the right tools at your fingertips. These days, that now entails providing credit card and debit card payment transactions to increase your customer-base and general sales revenue.
As your IT systems are essential to your business operations, it is essential to have reliable and efficient backup service and plan to maintain business continuity. Here is an infographic from ARC Systems that looks at this in more detail.
Some people just aren’t employee material. As a manager you really shouldn’t have any qualms about getting rid of those who disrupt what you are trying to accomplish. The usual suspects include the guy who is stealing and the woman who won’t do her job for a couple of examples. All people you don’t need to keep on for any reason. But there’s a few others that need handling too.
From recruiting tactics to global economic impact, startups are influencing the world in numerous ways. As startups continue to prosper, the credibility of their business practices only grows. Understanding the shift in business practices inspired by the best startups and what those changes mean for businesses of all sizes is vital to success in this day and age within the tech sector.
Planning a company event? Choose the right location to hold it with this ultimate planning guide put together by Tim Decker. Find out important information about the top 10 United States meeting destinations including amount of meeting space, amount of hotels/rooms, average temperature, and a ton of additional useful information.
Digital signs are everywhere these days, quickly replacing the traditional non-digital versions. Learn how they can enhance the fast food experience in this infographic by QSR Web.
The infocomic highlights the benefits of having a business application on your mobile device. It generates the notion that whether you are at your desk or not you will always be just a click away from all the information you require in relation to your business. It enforces the idea that clients or potential clients will always be able to be kept up to date.
The recent news of a payment data breach at Goodwill Industries had a perverse air of inevitability to it. Over the past few years, it seems that our cultural attitude toward these incidents has shifted from “How could this have happened?” to “Who is it going to happen to next?”
Ergonomics is the study of work, work environment and work tools. Take an in-depth look at the work you have to do, your environment and the things you need in order to do it well, then set them up to enhance your performance. This infographic from Taskworld Activity Blog will tell you how to improve the quality of your work day.
Whether your team is all superheroes or not so much, they have a secret weakness: conflict. How does it creep in? Where does it happen most? What is its ultimate cost? Find out in the following infographic.
All companies want to distinguish themselves from their competition. But to stand apart, you need people who can think outside the box, solve challenges and drive innovation. In short, you need people with distinguished skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Marketed as a web hosting solution for small and medium websites, BlueHost is one of the most popular names in hosting industry. The company was started by Matt Heaton who started his first computer hardware business at age of 21. Today, BlueHost stands as one of the largest shared hosting providers in the industry.