Managing Employees

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6 Ways to Coach Your Company's Teams to Be Champions
Leadership

6 Ways to Coach Your Company's Teams to Be Champions

Just like managing a great sports team, managing a great workplace team requires talent, strategy and that certain 'magic' that brings it all together.
How Successful People Overcome Toxic Bosses
Leadership Qualities

How Successful People Overcome Toxic Bosses

Bad bosses contaminate the workplace. Don't be a bad boss.
Travis Bradberry
Should You Raise Your Employees' Pay?
Employee Compensation

Should You Raise Your Employees' Pay?

There is a benefit to paying efficiency wages. But make sure the cost is right for your business.
Scott Shane
5 Essential Hiring Tips for Growing Startups
Hiring

5 Essential Hiring Tips for Growing Startups

If you run a young company looking to expand, recruitment can be a scary task to contemplate.
Eric Siu
How to Establish a Vision Statement Employees Will Get Behind
Managing Employees

How to Establish a Vision Statement Employees Will Get Behind

A vision statement is intended to inspire, motivate and align employees.
Andre Lavoie
Tips and Apps to Assure Your Employees' Safety and Health
Workplace Safety

Tips and Apps to Assure Your Employees' Safety and Health

There are a range of resources at your fingertips to help keep your workers safe and healthy.
Susan Solovic
How Much Value Are You Really Bringing to the Team?
Employee evaluations

How Much Value Are You Really Bringing to the Team?

Baseball, the most statistics obsessed sport, can teach business owners important lessons on measuring employee contributions.
Marty Fukuda
In Tennessee, Only Franchisees Can Be Held Accountable for Employees
Joint Employer

In Tennessee, Only Franchisees Can Be Held Accountable for Employees

As the joint employer battles causes waves throughout the franchise industry, a new Tennessee law affirms franchisor and franchisee employees as separate entities.
Kate Taylor
The Surprising Perk Employees Want That Costs the Company Nothing
Employee Morale

The Surprising Perk Employees Want That Costs the Company Nothing

Many startups offer free meals and ping-pong but employees most value open communication.
Matt Straz
Are You Prepared for That Cliff That Could Be Further Down the Road?
Business Planning

Are You Prepared for That Cliff That Could Be Further Down the Road?

Here are three things you should be doing right now to prepare for 2016.
Gene Marks
Want to Improve Office Morale? Recognize Good Work. (Infographic)
Managing Employees

Want to Improve Office Morale? Recognize Good Work. (Infographic)

Here are some of the best ways to acknowledge a job well done.
Nina Zipkin
Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees
difficult employees

Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees

You've met these people as co-workers. But now that you're in charge, what do you do about them?
Beth Miller
Why the CEO Needs to Be the 'Consistent Emotional Orchestrator'
Feelings

Why the CEO Needs to Be the 'Consistent Emotional Orchestrator'

Sincerely caring for the well-being of your team is a profound competitive advantage.
Greg Salsburg
For More Results, Make the Switch to a Minimalist Managerial Style
Managing Employees

For More Results, Make the Switch to a Minimalist Managerial Style

Effective leaders set the tone, point the direction and then mostly get out of the way.
Larry Alton