Employees

Are You Team-Player Enough to Let the Company Post to Your Facebook Page?
Social Media Marketing

Are You Team-Player Enough to Let the Company Post to Your Facebook Page?

Technology allows companies to easily post news on employee social-media accounts. It's an open question how willing employees are to allow it.
Brett Relander
Uber's Class Action Case Might Set Risky Precedent, Lawyer Warns
Uber

Uber's Class Action Case Might Set Risky Precedent, Lawyer Warns

If considered a class action, the lawsuit filed by three Uber drivers in San Francisco could grow to include more than 160,000 California drivers.
3 Factors When Choosing Between a Contractor or Full-Time Employee
Employees

3 Factors When Choosing Between a Contractor or Full-Time Employee

If you just want a job done, the contractor offers flexibility and savings, but you won't build a winning company culture with them.
John Boitnott
How the 4 Ps of Marketing Can Help Employees Deal With Change
Managing Employees

How the 4 Ps of Marketing Can Help Employees Deal With Change

Like consumers, employees have the ultimate buying power, and their buy-in is what makes any change successful.
Martin Brooker
One Bad Apple Can Ruin the Barrel
Control What You Can

One Bad Apple Can Ruin the Barrel

A single bad employee with a poor attitude can infect a team, department and possibly an entire organization.
Brian Hamilton
As Your Startup Grows You Have More Explaining to Do
Audience

As Your Startup Grows You Have More Explaining to Do

Entrepreneurs start off with nobody to talk to but themselves. Success brings hosts of people to keep in the loop.
John Pilmer
How to Avoid Being Overlooked by Your Distracted Boss
Bosses

How to Avoid Being Overlooked by Your Distracted Boss

Business in general, and tech in particular, moves at a blurring pace but you don't want the boss to see you that way.
John Boitnott
Apple Faces Class-Action Lawsuit by Employees Over Bag Searches
Legal Issues

Apple Faces Class-Action Lawsuit by Employees Over Bag Searches

The complaint say the company's policy of checking retail employees' bags as a security precaution was embarrassing and demeaning.
Papa John's Franchisee to Pay Employees $460,000 for Wage Theft
Minimum Wage

Papa John's Franchisee to Pay Employees $460,000 for Wage Theft

Officials say that the owner of nine Papa John's locations failed to properly pay employees minimum wage and overtime.
Kate Taylor
Square Is Rolling Out a Payroll Product
Square

Square Is Rolling Out a Payroll Product

Employees can check in and out from the same dashboard where the business processes payments.
Catherine Clifford
4 Savory Strategies to Building an Army of Loyal Employees
Managing Employees

4 Savory Strategies to Building an Army of Loyal Employees

A multi-state restaurateur says the secret to great customer service is hiring the right people from the start.
Stacey Alcorn
How to Survive Losing Your Star Employee or Partner
Ready To Launch

How to Survive Losing Your Star Employee or Partner

There are ways to survive -- no matter how devastating a blow the departure might seem at the time.
Jayson DeMers
6 Key Ways to Maximize Your Introverted Employees' Strengths
Control What You Can

6 Key Ways to Maximize Your Introverted Employees' Strengths

By setting up the right working environment your introverted employees will become some of your company's greatest assets.
Matthew Arrington
Uber Driver Is Employee, Not Contractor, California Labor Commission Says
Labor laws

Uber Driver Is Employee, Not Contractor, California Labor Commission Says

The ruling is the latest in a host of legal and regulatory challenges facing the smartphone-based ride-hailing service.