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Working is the day to day task we all do to make money to live which pays our bills pays for our hobbies and puts gas into our vehicles Our working environment varies according to our job and the people we work with The two kinds of people you can work with are family or you can work with strangers The relationships are different between family members and the non family members you may work with There are many benefits to working with your family aswell as many benefits to not working with your family Though it makes you think which is better to work withWorking with your family can be very challenging emotionally on you both your working and family relationships Many different things can cause this strain on your relationship For example higher expectations are expected on the quality and quantity of your or your family members work Usually you or the family member can come by this honestly not realizing your expecting unrealistic results compared to what you would normally expect from a non-family coworker Another con for working with a family member would be risking your relationship In the normal hustle and bustle business environment some relationships have problems withstanding the pressure Family members can share their feelings and release stress in very unprofessional ways like the usual screaming and yelling Another cause common with family members working together can be due to undeserving promotions A relative can promote another family member who does not have all the qualifications other then sharing the same blood lines Last but not least family is not as lenient with vacations time off or sick daysThough working with relatives can have many different cons
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