Tag: workplace

Repairing Efficiency Breakdown in the Workplace

Repairing Efficiency Breakdown in the Workplace

February 24, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

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!

10 Shocking Statistics About Employee Engagement

10 Shocking Statistics About Employee Engagement

February 4, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

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.

Why Purpose Matters In The Workplace

Why Purpose Matters In The Workplace

January 6, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

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.

Office of the Future

Office of the Future

December 12, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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.

Americans at Work: The Best and Worst Jobs

Americans at Work: The Best and Worst Jobs

December 2, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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.

5 Types of Workers at High-Risk for Workplace Violence

5 Types of Workers at High-Risk for Workplace Violence

November 20, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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.

The 10 Types of Office Sitter

The 10 Types of Office Sitter

November 5, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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?

13 Personality Types – Who’s In Your Office?

13 Personality Types – Who’s In Your Office?

October 1, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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.

The 5 Sense Guide to Inspiring Workplace Creativity

The 5 Sense Guide to Inspiring Workplace Creativity

September 13, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Employers and employees should look at how the office environment affects them. By changing wall colors and lighting it is possible to increase creativity levels. This infographic has some simple strategies that could help.

Flexible Working: Win-Win Situation

Flexible Working: Win-Win Situation

July 25, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

This infographic covers the new flexible model of working, a win-win situation for both employers and employees. It presents an easily consumable summary of key statistics on a flexible working debate between employers and employees as well as general point of view. Flexible Working: a win-win for employers and employees covers issues such as productivity, employee satisfaction and cost reduction.

Addiction and the Workplace

Addiction and the Workplace

July 19, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Ever wondered how many people in your office could be suffering from an addiction – whether that is alcohol, drugs or sex? Addictions don’t just stay in your personal life – they stay with you even when you are working – take a look at statistics. This infographic looks at addiction and the workplace.

What Makes an Employee Happy

What Makes an Employee Happy

June 25, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Rewarding and retaining good employees isn’t just about salary increases and holiday bonuses. In fact, according to research Yast has compiled, as many as 80% of employees surveyed indicate that they stay with their current employers simply because they like their work.

Can Your Office Be Good for Your Health?

Can Your Office Be Good for Your Health?

June 10, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

The perfect office environment will mean different things to different people. For some it is about the equipment used, where as others may place more emphasis on the area they work in. This infographic by CIPHR will hopefully have some suggestions everyone will be able to use to make their office a healthier place to work.

Is Your Office Safe For Work?

Is Your Office Safe For Work?

April 19, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Keeping clean and healthy in the office may be harder than you think. Did you know that 1 in 3 office workers have witnessed co-workers leaving restrooms without washing their hands? Or how about 53% of Americans don’t wash their hands after exchanging money? Or even The average person touches 300 surfaces every 30 minutes, exposing themselves to 840,000 germs?