The holidays are a special time of the year for a lot of people. Some celebrate religious traditions they hold dear. Others use this time to gather with friends and family, often involving lots of travel from far-flung locales. Still others rely on the various memories and rituals to give meaning to this time of the year. But whatever the reason during the season, there’s a constant that we can’t escape, and that’s work. Work doesn’t stop because there’s extra for us to do, whether it’s cooking or shopping. And, the combination of the two factors can lead to a dramatic decrease in productivity for nearly all employees. Of course, that decline in productivity can have a real impact on a business’ bottom line, which is why it’s important to think about rewards that help employees push through creatively through this time of the year. This graphic offers some ideas.
Hey, I’m David Andrew Wiebe.
David Andrew Wiebe started writing songs at 14, rapping at 15, and playing the guitar at 17. Since then, he’s played in original, cover, and tribute bands, as well as worship teams. He’s also been active as a solo musician. Wiebe is the Founder & CEO of Music Entrepreneur HQ, best-selling author of five books for musicians and creatives, and host of The New Music Industry Podcast.