- The current lull in the sparring between General Motors and Congress provides a great opportunity to look at what wasn’t discussed in the furor over the company’s recent recalls and its admitted slip-ups in auto safety:... Read »
- Here’s Why This CEO Finds All Her Employees Through...Business Insider - Aug 28Rebekah Campbell, founder of social network start-up Posse, knows this conundrum well, as she explains in a column for the New York Times. "My problem was that the best candidates all had good positions and were not reading... Read »
- The Enormous Cost Of Unhappy EmployeesInc - Aug 28Most business owners know that unhappy employees cost them money, but you'll be shocked at how high that cost actually is. Read »
- In the modern workforce, control over your time is a valuable form of currency: for many, it’s an equal aspiration to getting rich (if it’s any proof ,“control your time” has almost 200,000,000 more mentions on... Read »
- What happens when you combine a flat leadership model with personal productivity. Read »
- Last year, 35% of 38,000 employers reported difficulty filling jobs due to lack of available talent; in the U.S., 39% of employers did. But the idea of a “skills gap” as identified in this and other surveys has been... Read »
- O.K., So Maybe We Do Need Some Company PoliciesNYT - Aug 25I wish I had taken a long, hard look at our old employee manual long before I did. If you haven’t read yours in a while, I would recommend doing so — you might be surprised by the opportunities you find. Read »
- Fixing A Work Relationship Gone SourHBR - Aug 21Sometimes you get stuck in a rut with someone at work — a boss, a coworker, a direct report. Perhaps there’s bad blood between you or you simply haven’t been getting along. What can you do to turn the relationship... Read »
- Why Perks Make For A Great Company CultureCEO.com - Aug 20Is your company culture lacking or totally nonexistent? Newly merged companies, brand new startups and foundering businesses may not have any company culture to speak of, but it’s a mistake not to address the... Read »
- Why Employee Engagement Is Critical To Corporate...Mashable - Aug 14It's a different, and challenging, workforce out there. As human resources experts study corporate culture, they're seeing employees who demand more input and opportunity within the workplace — and give less in return,... Read »
- How To Apologize At WorkFortune - Aug 14“Apologizing at the office is not the same as in real life,” Bloom says. Depending on the circumstances, “there’s office politics to think about and, in certain situations, admitting fault can get you fired.” An... Read »
- 11 Myths About Company CultureInc - Aug 13Culture is a manifestation of your company's values, and it impacts everything from talent recruitingto innovation.Unfortunately, somefounders and CEOs, especially at early-stage startups, confuse culture with perks or,... Read »
- Why Managers And HR Don’t Get AlongCEO.com - Aug 12Have you ever noticed how ambivalent line managers are about the Human Resources function? On one hand, most of them want their HR people to be involved in key strategic decisions; on the other, they want to make sure that... Read »
- The Magic Of Feeling Safe At WorkCEO.com - Aug 8There were five of us in the meeting, and we were talking about a crucial aspect of the content we deliver to clients. It was a lively, provocative, intense and productive, discussion, and everyone eagerly participated.... Read »
- 7 Things To Do After Your Company Raises CapitalCEO.com - Jul 30No matter how solid your business, sometimes growth is impossible without a significant chunk of funding to fuel that growth. But say you do manage to beat the odds and attract capital -- then what? Check out the... Read »
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