Are you cheating your employees for personal gain? Your managers probably are, and you don’t even know about it. How come part-time workers are paid less, but expected to produce the same per hour as full-time workers?
Economist reveals a recent study showing a solid correlation between strong executives and corporate profits. While a few executives are vilified in the public eye, hundreds more are working away to improve their organizations. Successful executives lead employees toward tangible objectives, they cultivate peer relationships, and can be prosperous in any industry.
Phil Wolff presents key points on relationship building opportunities in a new venture that could make a huge difference in the quality of recruits your human resources sees. Monster with its 40 million accounts is launching a Networking service designed to connect job seekers and employers.
Are your people dumber for working at your company? Some managers expect employees to leave their minds at the door to focus on over-developed business processes. When Aristotle said, “All paid jobs absorb and degrade the mind.”, it sounds like he is talking about modern business.
A reader writes to Bob Lewis about a information technology (IT) support person who is regularly praised for great performance and attitude, but is pressured by his manager to stay within the ticket tracking system. Most IT departments have a centralized tracking system, …
Resources pools praised by some are poor for business relationships. Treating employees like simple tools or exchangeable machine parts is never good for productivity. For effective employees you must consider each on interpersonal skills in addition to quantifiable skills.
Middle managers often fear powerful employees who are ready to bring the company forward. This message is for the executive who has to deal with them. These destructive managers hurt themselves more than anything else– but can be prevented if they understand the benefit of helping employees be more successful.
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