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The truth about whether you can be fired for expressing your political views at work

Inauguration Day may be upon us, but proceed with caution before making your political views known in the office. It's actually not illegal in the United States for bosses to terminate employees based on speech. But what about the First...Show More Summary

10 Cheap and Simple Steps to Happy Employees

Money can't buy happiness. Listen to your team and show them gratitude to create a healthy and happy company culture.

What Is Your Best Incentive — Besides Money — For Keeping Great Employees? [POLL]

For many small businesses, offering more money to retain great employees may not be an option. We want to know - what's your best incentive besides money?

Illinois "Save Our Healthcare" Rally Attracts Overflow Crowds

On January 15, 2017, despite the chilly Chicago winds, over a thousand Illinoisans gathered at a "Save Our Healthcare" Rally at the SEIU (Service Employees International Union) building on Halsted. The events leading up the rally were...Show More Summary

Gingrich wants to fire federal employees who voted for Clinton

What a way to bring America together! Offering perhaps the most nakedly political argument for firing federal employees, Gingrich said, “all those bureaucrats overwhelmingly voted for Clinton. There won’t be any real cooperation until we change federal law so we can fire them.” African-Americans account for nearly 20 percent of the overall federal workforce — [...]

Eight Ways To Make Sure Clients Pay You In A Timely Manner

While this is not how most agency employees would choose to spend their time, some have to spend extraneous time ensuring clients pay, as executives have said that it's becoming more difficult for their advertising agencies to get paid. Whether it's a client's confusion about advertising concepts, poor client-agency relationships [...]

Are You Missing Employment Connections?

When hiring employees, managers and recruiters are often overwhelmed with submissions. However, if you give in to what is often a rushed environment, quality candidates can slip through the cracks, causing you to miss valuable employment connections. Show More Summary

Another updated MacBook Pro coming in 2017, this week on The CultCast

This week, on The CultCast: 2017 brings the super-charged MacBook Pro you’ve been waiting for—yes, another update! Then, a former employee says Tim Cook’s making Apple boring… Is it true? Plus: we get more evidence Apple will be making TV shows and movies; and iPhone 8 may be packing friggin’ lasers and facial recognition. Show More Summary

Award-winning film director robs grocery store to prove piracy is wrong

Irritated to find out employees of a certain grocery store have been illegally downloading and sharing one of his movies, film director Casey Tebo set out to take matters into his own hands and teach movie pirates a lesson they won’t forget. Show More Summary

Do You Have a Program in Place to Retain High Potential Employees?

High potential employees, among a company’s greatest assets, are highly skilled and experienced and have the aptitude and aspirations to take their company in a positive direction. They are also engaged in the company’s culture and industry. Show More Summary

You're a Real CEO When Your Company Is Bigger Than Your Title

Even if they founded the company, CEO is a pompous title for somebody supervising a handful of employees.

Your Employees Inability to Speak up Is Costing Your Business Big Money

Open door policies are pretty ubiquitous, but simply having the policy doesn’t mean people will actually speak their minds. Your employees aren’t telling you everything they should and it’s costing you—$7,500 per conversation failure and seven work days—according to a new study led by best-selling authors Joseph Grenny and David Maxfield. Show More Summary

28% of federal employees may quit their jobs when Trump assumes office: Poll

Almost two-thirds of federal employees voted for Hillary Clinton during the presidential election, according to a new survey. The poll also found that six of 10 felt that the election itself gave Americans a negative impression of federal service. So it may come as no surprise that some federal employees are considering leaving their employment [...]

Automation Threat: Infosys ‘Released’ 9000 Employees in 2016; Lower End Jobs Vanish

In another yet confession by a IT biggie, it has been revealed that automation is sucking away jobs at a rapid pace, and job insecurity is looming ahead for thousands of workers. During Bengaluru chapter of Global Shapers, a body backed...Show More Summary

Employee Health and Safety Should Be CSR Priorities

Replacing an employee costs 15 to 20 percent of his or her annual salary, on average. That’s a lot of money and shows just how important human capital is from a financial standpoint. So, why is it that so many companies unintentionally ignore employee health when it comes to crafting corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives?

Infosys Replaced 9,000 Employees With Automation, Artificial Intelligence

Elon Musk was right when he said that Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems and automation will eventually take over most human jobs and,

Amazon just launched a new training program to help employees in danger of being fired (AMZN)

Amazon is rolling out a new training program this week aimed at helping underperforming employees placed on the company's infamous performance improvement plan, according to an internal email obtained by Business Insider. The new program,...Show More Summary

Trump to leave 'unprecedented' number of federal jobs vacant

15 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Donald Trump has promised to make America work again — but the minute he takes office, he’s booting some key federal employees.

Snapchat maker strikes back at ex-worker who alleged fraud

Seeking to quash a lawsuit from a former employee, Snap Inc. dismissed allegations that it lied to investors and advertisers about Snapchat usage as “false from top to bottom.” The accusations stemmed from a lawsuit filed earlier this month by Anthony Pompliano, who claimed the Los Angeles company...

Snap fires back at ex-employee who alleged it inflated its numbers pre-IPO

Snap is calling a fired employee's lawsuit a "late-breaking bid" to air "sensationalist allegations" as the company prepares for long-awaited IPO, according to a new court filing. In early January, Snap's former growth lead Anthony Pompliano...Show More Summary

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