- 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 »
- 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 »
- 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 »
- Promoting The Non-Obvious CandidateHBR - Jul 29Conventional talent-management systems emphasize the need to give high performers appropriate experiences to help them ascend to more senior levels of management. Companies define career paths accordingly and carefully map,... Read »
- Why Generations Clash At WorkEntrepreneur - Jul 25Maybe it’s me, but all the hoopla over Millennials being different rubs me the wrong way. I guess I don’t particularly care for broad characterizations of generations of people. Some fit the stereotype and some don’t.... Read »
- 5 Signs Your Company Culture SucksEntrepreneur - Jul 8Great company culture is visceral. We’re talking about the type of culture that is so real, it envelops you from the minute you step into the office. It’s refreshing, like splashing cool water on your face in blistering... Read »
- 5 Unexpected Ways To Avoid A Bad HireCEO.com - Jul 3No matter what size your company is, few organizations can really afford a bad hire. These are the people who somehow sneak through your hiring process in a superstar candidate disguise, only to tank on the job. These... Read »
- The One Employee Statistic You Can’t IgnoreInc - May 21Even a startup needs to keep an eye on who is leaving your company and why it matters. Read »
- 6 Ways To Get People To Open Up At WorkLinkedIn - May 20Ultimately open communication will come from an environment of trust, and a culture where the norm is open communication without negative repercussions. Read »
- What Signal Is Your Organization Sending?CEO.com - May 19PayPal issued an official tweet: “Rakesh Agrawal is no longer with the company. Treat everyone with respect. No excuses. PayPal has zero tolerance.” With that statement he was out. It appeared from all indications... Read »
- The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your...Fast Company - May 8When we talk about managing people, it’s usually a discussion about effectively guiding, motivating, and interacting with the people who report to you. However, there is another management direction--managing up--that is... Read »
- Why ‘Top’ Candidates Could Ruin Your CompanyCEO.com - Feb 18McKinsey popularized the notion of a ‘war for talent’ a couple of decades ago. It seemed sensible, so companies adopted it en masse. Advances in technology and communication coupled with global competition mean that... Read »
Should you hire as if your workforce will stay a month, a year, or their entire career? The answer makes a big difference in the qualifications you set, how well candidates must “fit” with the job, the team or the... Read »
We Can Now Automate Hiring. Is that Good?HBR - Dec 12One of the things that is different since the recession is the approach that most companies are taking to hiring—where virtually everything about the process is automated or outsourced. Read »
- 5 Reasons Your Job Offer Is Taking ForeverCEO.com - Nov 27C-suite executives are used to getting what they want. Thus, it’s not unusual for them to get frustrated when interviewing and negotiating for a role in a new firm. That’s often when my phone rings. Although I’m... Read »
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