A new study has found that handwriting is actually a problem for nearly every business owner, even if they don’t know it.
The research, which analyzed a survey of more than 7,000 people, found that 62 percent of respondents thought handwriting was an important issue for their business.
The survey also found that 75 percent of those surveyed thought businesses should have more help with handwriting than they currently do.
“People think that a lot of businesses are trying to hide problems in their business, and they don’ have that knowledge.
We’re all trying to get that right, but there’s still a lot we don’t really know about handwriting,” said lead author Rebecca M. Lees of the University of California, Berkeley.”
We know from other studies that handwriting can be a problem, and it’s a problem that is often hidden from employees,” Lees said.
“In this study, we were able to dig a little bit deeper and see how important it is that handwriting was considered an important problem for every business.”
The study found that companies with a small number of employees, who were not business owners, were much more likely to have a handwriting problem than large companies with more than 100 employees.
Lees said she and her team took a look at handwriting complaints to see what was causing the problem.
“What we found was that there was a lot that was not visible to the employees, and what they saw was not necessarily what they thought it was,” Leess said.
“The majority of the time, employees were concerned about their handwriting being messy, and that they felt that it was a major issue.
In fact, a majority of employees said they would do everything they could to fix the problem,” she added.
Leues said the study was not meant to show that employees are bad people, but to show how employees need help if they want to fix their handwriting problem.
She said employers who can help their employees with their handwriting problems can also be proactive in getting their employees to improve their handwriting.
“If you don’t have a great business culture, you can’t really expect that your employees are going to care about how they write, and if they’re not, it’s going to make it harder for them to have their business succeed,” Leues explained.
The study was published online in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.