by: Jason Ryan Dorsey
Employers always seem to be asking me, "What in the world is Gen Y thinking when they do some of the things they do at work?" As a researcher and member of Gen Y, which I define as being born from 1977 to 1995, I think it's important to shine a spotlight on what my generation is thinking when we show up to work (and then immediately ask for a coffee break).
by: Annemarie Shrouder
In an inclusive work environment the diverse identities, perspectives, and experiences of all of your employees are a valuable part of your company’s success.
by: Sue Edwards
“But I didn’t mean to hurt him!” Those of us who are parents have heard our children use these words all too often in the midst of rousing horseplay. Inevitably we respond with something like, “Of course you didn’t, but you still need to say you’re sorry. With our children, we try to convey the difference between what we intend and the resultant impact of our actions. We explain that even when we don’t plan to harm others, sometimes they end...
by: Anne Day
Have you ever fired anyone? It’s not easy. I have and for nights beforehand, I debated with myself about whether this was the right decision and would flip-flop between giving her another chance to cutting my losses. But when I recalled all the problems she was creating, I knew I had to proceed and I dreaded it.
by: Anne Day
Accountant, Sales Executive, Administrator, CEO… you have to wear so many hats when you start your own business, but hopefully there will come a day when your hard work and finances merit hiring staff to help you grow the business further. This article offers some tips on successful recruitment
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