Business UnPlugged | The Biggest Business Frustrations |
Along with its incredible highs, running a business definitely can have its frustrations and low points. Sometimes, it can help to air those frustrations and know that you’re not alone. So, in that spirit, the terrific CarolRoth.com contributor network of business owners, experts, advisors and entrepreneurs have shared some of their biggest business frustrations. Their answers are presented in no particular order.
Check out the quote from Roger Franklin, CEO of Crystal:
70. Adapting to Millennials
Companies are finding frustration in adapting to their Millennial employees’ work style. Millennials grew up in a fast-paced, technology-driven world and bring their own style to the workplace. Companies can combat this hindrance by learning about their outlook on life and how it translates into the way they work. These employees are motivated, easily incentivized and a bit impatient. Nonetheless, by understanding their mindset, executives can turn a frustration into a benefit for the company.