Leaders: Incorporating Family in Your Culture is Good for Business

Linked 2 Leadership

Working With Family

New technologies, like smartphones and digital communication, have blurred the line between work and home. Employees can get work emails on their phones at any time of day (or night.)

The downside to this is that this can be highly distracting and can take away from family time.

And flex hours and work-from-home arrangements make the distinction between work and family even more confusing.

Finding Life Balance

The best way to help your employees find overarching life balance is not to reject technology, but to welcome employees’ loved ones into your company culture.

You will blur those lines even further, letting family life bleed into work life, developing a business that can help families, rather than strain them. This is not only the right thing to do, but it’s also good for business.

How Families Improve the Bottom-Line

For many people, relationships built in the office represent not only their work…

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