Email has been around for more than 5 decades. But many still struggle to work with it effectively. Here are 5 rules to help manage your emails.Read More »
They say money can’t buy you happiness … but it’s still a crucial consideration whenever you’re looking for a job. And in today’s world, compensation is so much more than just a number — it also includes the added benefits offered to you by your company, such as health insurance, wellness, time off, bonuses and more. In addition to being …Read More »
Analytics offer useful tools to help HR manage critical issues. Use these 4 levels of analytics to solve the problem of employee turnover.
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Inside fast-paced workplaces, many leaders are challenged with optimizing staff scheduling. While there are still companies managing staff scheduling manually, most are using automated staff scheduling solutions. While there are many reasons for the move to automated solutions, the most important is to address the Read More ...Read More »
Everyone wants to feel appreciated — including at work! Employee Appreciation Day gives U.S. employers a chance to show staff how much they care, and it’s coming up on March 1.
This annual event is a great excuse to do something special for workers, but there are lots of ways to show your gratitude every day of the year.
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We know how important it is to keep fit even at our work desk. The Cubii under desk elliptical machine has added Therabands to their workout.
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After I landed my dream job, and the dust settled, a little before my boss quit (which would be the demise of my dream job), I was having various frustrations at work. I was frustrated that my voice wasn’t heard, regarding improvements or ideas. I was frustrated that the hierarchy at the organization, which felt […]Read More »
I am on a sad-movie-watching binge. It started a few weeks ago. Wait. No. It probably started when I was in third grade and there was no grownup home until 8pm, so after school I went to the movie theater every day for a week to watch Wilbur lose Charlotte and learn to fend for...Read More »