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Want to increase your revenue by 10 percent? Give your employees flexibility. A new Harvard Business Review article says that’s the key to success. For instance, companies that allow employees to work from home at least three time per month are more likely to report growth than companies that have more restrictive policies. Is flexibility […]
Thanksgiving isn’t quite here yet, but it’s time to start thinking about presents at the workplace. Whether you want to label them as Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Holiday or year end gifts, they are common place. Employees tend to want things like Harry and David’s Fruit baskets, gift cards, time off, and of course, money. But […]
Moving carefully from project to project, action to action, much as a driver watches the lines to keep from weaving off the highway. If that mindfulness is not present: "Squirrel!" "That side road looks interesting." "The diner a couple of miles back had home-made pie." "I wonder what the Route 66 Museum has in its gift shop."
Colleen Bowling had what looked like a slam-dunk sexual harassment case. A co-worker had sent her a series of text messages that included sexually explicit questions and inquiries into her sex life. She sued and lost the case. The details of this case shed light on the not-always-clear criteria for what constitutes sexual harassment. What […]
Top 3 CRM and big data mistakes that CIOs and CMOs should avoid by @aaronaders
Greetings Evil HR Lady, I’m having an issue at my job, and I need your advice. I’m a new and just out of school, so I don’t make as much money as the other administrators in the building. Since I started my job August 2014 I’ve been asked to donate $10 to the for my […]
Every business has to be a learning business.
Commentary Firing someone is one of the most difficult tasks a manager has to face. When you have to fire a lot of people, it’s not only emotionally difficult for the manager, but also a potential logistical nightmare. Hoping to, for instance, keep rumors from flying around, employers prefer not let a great deal of […]