If you work for a startup or a small business, then you know the unique challenges that come with the territory compared to those faced by larger companies. Fewer employees doesn’t mean fewer responsibilities, a comparatively smaller budget doesn’t mean less of a need for visibility and productivity, and a flatter framework doesn’t mean less stress and friction. When you work for a startup or small business, you know that everyone wears multiple hats, you need to be able to do more with less, and you need to work just as hard at creating a cohesive team that functions well together.
Accomplishing all of this can be difficult. That’s why today, we’ve got three suggestions for reducing stress, friction and frustration for anyone working in a smaller company.