If you’re in a management position and you notice that morale and motivation in the office are at an all-time low, you may be tempted to blame it on the “summertime slump” or general laziness. What you may not realize … More
Guest blogger Dr. Greg Wells (www.DrGregWells.com) is an authority on high performance and human physiology. Wells’ latest book, “The Ripple Effect: Eat, Sleep, Move and Think Better,” hit shelves earlier this year. Dr. Wells is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at … More
In a world where workers are conditioned to continually look for the next best opportunity, it’s almost inevitable for businesses to lose their employees. But when was the last time you considered the potential financial damage the loss of employees is … More
Parties offer a number of pitfalls for both employers and employees, but you can ensure everyone leaves in a merry mood with a few simple guidelines. More
In order to weed out the under-qualified or insincere prospective employees, here are some tips for the questions to ask during a hiring interview: More
Being so engrossed in my work that I didn’t notice a natural disaster shouldn’t feel like a badge of honor. Who on earth gets so much tunnel-vision that they don’t notice 90 mph winds whipping through their backyard? That’s not dedication to work, it’s near blindness. This should not be something to be proud of. And yet, in some very odd way, I feel a little impressed with my own ability to concentrate. More
There is a great scandal going on this week with the Miss Universe competition. In short, Sheena Monnin, Miss Pennsylvania, is accusing the competition, which Donald Trump co-owns with NBCUniversal, of being totally rigged. She wrote an Op Ed detailing these alleged violations of the competition and well Donald has not had the best reaction. Dealbreaker broke down his exact reaction and we couldn’t help but agree that his actions show he is not the best at managing unhappy employees. More
As an employer, you have a lot of responsibilities. You have to lead employees, produce strong products, and deal with the weight of your company’s success, or failure, on your shoulders.
You don’t want another thing to weigh you down, but this one is pretty important. Do you know if your employees are happy?
What are the traits of a happy employee? More
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Real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran recently shared her best tips for entrepreneurs at the Inc. Women’s Summit. Amongst them, she said incorporating fun into your business is essential. It is the way to get the best ideas and bring together your employees. More
Should your office’s dress code be based on common sense, or should it spell out exact skirt lengths and ban certain kinds of sweaters? At their best, dress codes help employees understand what kind of professional atmosphere your office wants to maintain. But when HR gets overly interested in mandating employee appearances, they can look a bit like a bridezilla demanding that all 17 of her bridesmaids wear identical shoes and jewelry and dye their hair to match. Then there are the bosses who mandate “mini-skirt Mondays” — that’s a whole other problem. More
Many of us are people pleasers. We still have that little child in us that just wants to please everyone and be told we are doing a good job. This is a good thing in some aspects of our lives … More
In October, shortly after Steve Job’s death, we asked how would Tim Cook, the new CEO of Apple, follow an act like that at one of the most important companies in the world? Well, we don’t have a full answer but we’ve got a start. A new anonymous survey shows that Apple employees gave Tim Cook a final satisfaction score of 97% from March 2011 to March 2012. In comparison Steve Jobs’ own ranking was 95% from March 2010 through March 2011. More