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It’s human nature to like some colleagues more than others. But when you’re the boss, treating direct reports differently — and especially..
The relationship between technology and jobs is center stage in the policy and academic debate. The discussion reveals a fascinating, trou..
A year into their jobs, how many employees still have the unbridled energy and enthusiasm that they brought with them to their first day o..
Organizations are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on employee engagement programs, yet their scores on engagement surveys remain ..
We’ve all been through it — the looming cost project. And for many of us, it’s not a fond memory. How many cost-cutting initiatives have o..
Employee turnover is expensive. Replacing an employee who quits costs, on average, 21% of their annual pay. While it’s tempting to dismiss..
Think back to your first day on the job. If you’re like most people, you felt excited and were eager to get down to work. But, based on th..
Uncertainty is uncomfortable for everyone. Whether it’s political turmoil or a reorganization at your company, employees who are concerned..
Business leaders often think of “efficiency” and “productivity” as synonyms, two sides of the same coin.
The New York Stock Exchange requires that the boards of all publicly traded corporations conduct a self-evaluation at least annually to de..