Office blunders are happening all over the world right now, and both the business owner and employee are completely turning a blind eye to them. Why? Because telling the people at the top that there’s something wrong, is actually so scary. It makes it so much worse if the people that you’re dealing with are super hard to communicate with as well.

So whether you’re a business owner, or reading this from an employees point of view, we’ve got a few tips for you. There are some businesses who are really leading the way with what they’re doing, especially when it comes to the care and attention that employees receive. So what we’re going to try and show you, is some of the biggest office blunders that a business owner will make, and that an employee will too. Hopefully, this will give you an insight into what needs to be changed in the future! So keep on reading, and don’t be afraid to speak up after reading this!

Business Owner Blunders

The stress you feel as a business owner is so huge. Every single day you’re faced with a new challenge, and your employees definitely fuel a few of those. Managing a team of people as well as your business is hard, but there are some blunders that you might be making, that could make it so much worse. One of them is opening yourself up to a bit of trouble in terms of office safety. All it takes is for someone to fall the wrong way, because of the organization of your office, or perhaps there are some wires out, and workers compensation lawyers will come knocking at your door. You wouldn’t believe the number of businesses who are facing lawsuits, simply because they don’t know how to make the working environment safer. So take some time to review yours, and make it a far more positive environment by making it safer!

Employee Blunders

Being an employee is just hard work. You will usually take the brunt so much because business owners can just be so tough to deal with, especially when they’re having a hard day. So, you might want to think about how you can work a bit more efficiently, because one of the biggest employee blunders that can be made, is not paying enough attention to your role. There is most likely a lot of room for progression within the company you work in, you’re just not actively looking for it. But with more responsibility comes a better job role, and more money. So put some time and energy into your job, and see if being a little more motivated pushes you towards a promotion. If you simply can’t because the career doesn’t excite you, don’t make the second blunder of staying in a job that will get you nowhere, just because you don’t want to find a new one.

Troy Lambert
Troy is a freelance writer, author, and blogger who lives, works, and plays in Boise, Idaho with the love of his life, his son, and three very talented dogs.

Passionate about writing dark psychological thrillers, he is an avid cyclist, skier, hiker, all around outdoorsman, and a terrible beginning golfer.