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Dealing with people and relationships invovled in the management and ownership of the family business needs careful thought as emotions are involved and can affect the communication and decision-making processes.
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Generational Transitions In Family Businesses
Preparing to pass the business to the next generation is the toughest challenge for a family business. Read More
Rewarding The Family 'Sweat Equity'
Dealing with the question of fair remuneration for family members... Read More
Should You Work With Your Family
Working for the family business could be seen as being as fraught as actually living in the same house. How do you keep things professional when your boss is a sibling, parent or another relative? Read More
To Be, Or Not To Be The Next Generation Leader
Four questions younger family members should ask themselves before deciding on whether to enter the family firm. Read More
Non-Family Executives In Family Firms
What are the benefits of bringing non-family executives into the family business. Read More
‘Bridging’ Jobs For Happier Retirement
Employers should support older workers to ‘wind-down’ into retirement with bridging jobs or reduce their working hours to avoid poor wellbeing, a new international study reveals. Read More