How Corporate Down Sizing Can Help You?Posted by: Ashton Coaldrake | Posted on: March 20, 2019
Most of us know someone working in corporate America. The sad fact is, being a corporate employee in today's economy is a risky venture.
We continually hear of companies who are either down sizing or sending jobs overseas. For the corporate employee, it's a fearful situation not knowing how long your job is going to last. You can browse heritagepartners.com.au/downsizing/ to know more about downsizing property.
Most people see corporate down sizing as a bad thing. Even though I don't see layoffs as a good thing, I believe it will have a positive affect on the lives of many former corporate employees, the American economy and the home business market.
Let's look back at some recent American history. This country was originally built, by the small business owner – the work at home business owner.
Think about it – in the early days, farmers and ranchers worked their business earning their lively hood from home. Shop keepers, hotel owners, saloon owners, black smiths – these were not corporate run businesses, but family owned businesses.
In the early 1900's there was a shift in American business. Through American ingenuity, visionaries found better and easier ways to complete work tasks.
A great milestone was marked when Henry Ford created the production line to mass produce the automobile (It's ironic that Ford Motor recently announced a huge reduction in its work force).
Suddenly employees were needed to work for these growing companies, and many left the family owned business to work for someone else. The industrial revolution was born.