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How to Combat Ageism in the Workplace
Posted on Dec 10, 2019 @[email protected]
When you think of promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace, you may first think about issues surrounding race and gender. But it's also essential to address issues of age. By 2022, almost 35% of the workforce will be over 52 years old, many of those workers Baby Boomers. But the workforce will…
Impact of a Corporate Social Responsibility Program
Posted on Nov 25, 2019 @[email protected]
At its best, corporate social responsibility (CSR) empowers businesses to be the best versions of themselves. At its worst, it can be a trite marketing buzzword — one that consumers might even learn to distrust. What do companies with good corporate social responsibility policies do differently? What can you achieve…
How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome at Work
Posted on Oct 31, 2019 @[email protected]
If you have ever doubted that you deserve your success, you are not alone. This mental state is known as impostor syndrome. However, calling it a "syndrome" implies that it is something that affects a small number of people. That is not the case because an estimated 70 percent of…
Remote Work Trends in 2020
Posted on Oct 20, 2019 @[email protected]
The end of the 1990s saw large companies like American Express and AT&T begin to experiment with telecommuting. Google, wireless internet and other inventions have made it an increasingly common practice. This advanced technology allows businesses to be more flexible in allowing their employees to work from home part or full-time. Looking…
How to Find Qualified Workers
Posted on Oct 18, 2019 @[email protected]
It can be hard to find qualified employees for your executive-level jobs. The right candidates often have jobs already or don't see your advertisement for the position. So how can you find the right person for your company? Here are six ways you can connect with better job candidates. 1.…
What Happens When Your Top Candidate Took Another Offer?
Posted on Oct 18, 2019 @[email protected]
It's not something you want to hear, but it happens occasionally — your top candidate informs you they have accepted another offer. You feel disappointed and perhaps a little betrayed. Why did your candidate turn you down, and what could you have done differently? It can be tempting to answer…
The Dangers of Micromanagement
Posted on Sep 1, 2019 @[email protected]
Micromanagement refers to the excessive nit-picking and control over a project’s details. Leaders are accused of this issue when they hand over a project to a professional or a team but continue to check in too often or hold up a magnifying glass to every part of the project. Every…
What Makes a Good Job Offer
Posted on Aug 1, 2019 @[email protected]
Whether you’re an employer or a job candidate, you can appreciate the importance of a job offer. From an employer’s perspective, the job offers you extend will influence your ability to attract and retain top talent. For prospective employees, a job offer will likely be the basis for determining whether…
How Are Employers Helping Their Employees Pay College Debt?
Posted on Jun 15, 2019 @[email protected]
Today's national student loan debt is higher than ever at a total of $1.6 trillion as of June 2019. Employees trying to pay off this college debt on a low salary might struggle to make payments, especially if they owe upward of $100,000. That's why more U.S. businesses are stepping up…
5 Things Suссеѕѕful Pеорlе Nеvеr Do
Posted on May 26, 2018 @[email protected]
  I bеlіеvе that ѕuссеѕѕful people аrе those whо соntіnuоuѕlу wоrk dіlіgеntlу аnd hіghlу dеtеrmіnеd to gеt WHATEVER THEY NEED, WANT OR ASPIRE TO BE, dеѕріtе thе оbѕtасlеѕ, hurdlеѕ, сhаllеngеѕ, аnd fаіlurеѕ іn thе рrосеѕѕ. Suссеѕѕful реорlе "оwn" whаtеvеr jоbѕ thеу dо. Thеу lоvе whаt thеу dо. If whаt thеу…

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