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Small-Business Owners Who Aren't Experts in Their Fields Will End Up Paying a Hefty Price
If you want to stay relevant, much less open, you should know your product or service in and out, and make sure you employees are well trained.
Enlist the Power of Suggestion to Boost Your Startup's Performance
Setting employee expectations is critical enough that it can mean the difference between success and failure.
Peter S. Cohan
Multiply the Trust Factor Inside Your Organization
These 10 principles will go a long way toward enhancing employees' commitment to the company.
Heather R. Huhman
6 Tips for a Fun, Affordable Holiday Party
An end-of-year celebration can boost employees spirits and raise their morale for next year.
Promote Your All-Stars Without Throwing Off the Team Dynamic
Recognizing when an employee is ready for advancement and helping the rest of the staff navigate the transition smoothly can mean the difference between a dream team and a disaster.
What Do Your Employees Really Cost You?
Here's how to figure out the true cost of an employee, according to one business expert.
Dan S. Kennedy
How Perfection Can Ruin Your Business
Very often, perfection is the enemy of success. Don't let it be.
Managing Remote Teams
5 Essential Keys to Leading a Remote Workforce
Modern technology has freed employees from the constraints of a central office. Here's how managers can ensure they're productive but not micromanaged.
An Open-Handed Vacation Policy is a Great Perk for Employers
Generous time off encourages employee loyalty and, since so many workers don't use all their vacation time, costs the company little.
15 Behaviors and Traits of Great Leaders
They have resolve and vision, but are humble about it.
The Real Reason the Castaways Never Escaped Gilligan's Island
Are you creating incentives for specific behaviors, but motivating people to do something completely different?
Condé Nast to Pay $5.8 Million to Unpaid and Underpaid Interns
Interns triumphed over the publisher in a class-action lawsuit brought by thousands of former interns from magazines like Vogue and the New Yorker.
How Much Value Do Your Employees Bring to the Bottom Line?
You have to begin looking at each of your employees as a profit center.
Don't Overestimate the Motivational Potential of a Salary Raise
The prospect of an annual pay hike is just too abstract to keep employees operating with enthusiasm every day. That requires personal engagement.
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