More than 8 out of 10 people suffer from work-related stress. Not good.
Thankfully, businesses are doing more to help their people manage negative feelings in the workplace. Moreover, our culture is slowly (but surely) reducing the outdated stigma associated with mental health.
The message is that “it’s OK to not be OK” and that everybody needs help sometimes. Admitting vulnerability, in the workplace or anywhere else, is not a weakness; it’s a strength.
But let’s be honest, work will always cause us some stress. And that’s a good thing. Overcoming challenges is what helps us and our businesses grow. Plus, there’s always going to be ‘that guy’ in the office that rubs you the wrong way. Metaphorically speaking, of course. Any literal rubbing is a major HR issue.
We need to focus on managing, not eradicating, stress. We want to direct our attention and brainpower to ‘good,’ productive pressures, not pointless ones that could be easily avoided or solved.
Sorting out our business software is a quick win for dialling down our daily stress levels. Because few office-life peeves, including ‘that guy,’ can compare to the rage-level frustration of being forced to work with systems and software that don’t do what they advertise.
Because you haven’t got time to research all your options, business financing expert OnDeck decided to do it for you instead.
They compiled a shortlist of the most popular business apps, then analysed their TrustRadius reviews to create several charts showing the most stressful pieces of business software.
The charts cover all the different categories of business software, including applications for cyber-security, payroll management, human resources, and marketing.
And you’ll also find a full breakdown of the business softwares causing professionals the least stress, giving you a list of alternatives to the programmes you can’t wait to uninstall forever.