As part of Paul Rooney Solicitors ‘Accidents At Work’ infographic series, this time they look at Farmers and Warehouse Operatives, but who has the most accidents in their profession?
Make your workplace the most perfect place to work with the help of this infographic from the folks at Adecco.
The workplace of today looks nothing like the workplace of a few generations ago. And, one of the biggest reasons why the workplace looks different is because the workforce itself looks different, too. Diversity helps your business improve and this infographic from Adecco knows why.
If you want your employees to be more productive and improve their well-being at work, tell them to take a break. Based on recent survey results from Staples, here’s insight into how to enhance productivity and morale in the office by fostering a break-friendly work environment.
Ever wonder what jobs are the most stressful, and which jobs are the least? Still trying to tackle that list of to-dos at your desk? In this infographic, discover how to use Feng Shui to make your workplace more tolerable, learn which snacks are great for easing the stress of the day, and change your outlook on your job.
Believe it or not, wasted productivity time costs U.S. employers an estimated $134 billion in their employees’ lost efforts. Seeing as “time is money,” every hour wasted on non-company tasks directly impacts the company image, annual outcome, and overall return on investments. This infographic looks at monitoring strategies for ultimate productivity in the workplace.
Did you know that according to a recent survey, more than 50% of managers take over 2 hours to manually create a schedule for their team of employees? With that number in mind, can you imagine how long it would take a manager to manually create a schedule by hand for 70-100 workers? We are talking somewhere around eight hours per week. That’s a pretty inefficient use of time!
Low employee engagement is becoming a problem and is not only causing unproductive workplaces, but causing a lot of stress for both employees and management. In this infographic, Officevibe looks at 10 shocking statistics about employee engagement.
Career ambitions are never higher than when the ring of a new year takes place. Something about New Year’s Eve makes people second guess whether they really do have a profound connection to the jobs they work. Here is an infographic that examines why companies and leaders are failing in employee engagement, and what they must do to become purpose-driven organizations.
If you don’t do it, you probably know someone who does: telework. Whether part time or full time, virtual workspaces are becoming more and more commonplace every year. Top Management Degrees has created an infographic detailing what the future may hold for the brick-and-mortar office spaces of America.
Most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else. In fact, the average employee spends more than 2/3 of his or her day at work or on work-related activities. That’s more time than we spend sleeping or raising our children. This infographic looks at Americans at work.
The following infographic is based on the findings in the Workplace violence and Harassment prevention guide. It also examines Canadian employer’s legal obligation with respect to workplace violence and harassment from the perspective of occupational health and safety. The guide contains practical in-depth advice for developing policies and procedures for an effective workplace violence and harassment prevention program.
Have you ever noticed within your place of work that people tend to sit in all manner of positions? Some might say we adopt such positions based on our personality. The folks at ChairOffice have decided to put a humorous spin on this and present to you, “The 10 Types of Office Sitter.” Can you relate to any of the sitting positions below?
In today’s modern office space, there are a multitude of different personalities that interact on a daily basis. People from all walks of life are placed under one roof and are told to effectively bond together in order to create a shared vision that in turn leads to a successful business. More times than not, this expected unity is difficult to achieve.