Family businesses, good or bad?
Many people these days prefer to start a business with their family members rather than more professional strangers. Others insist that while joining a company in which your coworkers are all your relatives looks good, the secondary problems, soon or late, will be unstoppable.
Families normally share core norms and values and that helps them to easily understand each other. With rare exceptions, they are always loyal and committed, and the bond between them strengthen the foundations of the company. Besides, they are usually to keep the business for the next generations and that brings consistency and maintenance.
Running a business with family members in some ways would sacrifice the expertise as you have to work with a cousin who is not necessarily the best for that specific position. Also, there is always the possibility that the exact duties, responsibilities and privileges are not clarified before the beginning. As a result, unpredicted issues will appear during the work. Another probable difficulty refers to problems outside of the work that might influence the work as well.