News and Articles About Managing Employees
For the sake of moral or team-building, we often let problems slide. But that attitude only causes more issues down the line.
While multitasking may be necessary in the early days of a startup, it's important to recognize when it's time to hand off nonessential tasks.
Every time police chief David Brown terminates an employee, he takes to Twitter and Facebook to share whom he fired and why.
As if the French president's plan to make companies pay ultra-high taxes on millionaire salaries weren't bad enough, businesses have to worry about kidnapping and extortion -- by their own workers.
The people around you rarely have a neutral effect on you -- they either facilitate your accomplishments or undermine them.
Instead of checking in once a year, it is more effective to figure out a way to exchange feedback with your employees every week.
Managing startup employees is a whole different animal. When employees wear multiple hats, it can be a challenge to keep them on task. Here are some tips.
In order to grow your business, consider these questions and determine where you can make important improvements.
Interruptions destroy many entrepreneurs' productivity. Follow these five strategies to end the unnecessary interruptions and increase the amount of work you get done on a regular basis.
One day off for holiday shopping isn't enough. Here's how to show key members of your team and other stakeholders that you care.
A look at when it's appropriate to send a thank-you note and other ways of showing appreciation to your clients, business partners and employees.
They are young, eager and ready to pitch in. Used correctly, interns can be the key to building an efficient, effective and stable workforce.
As your ability to delegate improves so will you productivity.
Educate employees and inspire innovation by incorporating your own version of the job-swap techniques big companies use.
A student internship program can be a great asset for your company, but if not run properly, it can jeopardize the wellbeing of your entire business.
You may have a great idea, but your company's fate depends in large part on the strength of your team.
LinkedIn thinks you should encourage employees to bring their parents to work tomorrow. Here's why that's not as crazy as you think.
Motivating your team can be more art than science, but here are four techniques that work.
From enhancing daily interactions to finding more efficient ways of accomplishing tasks, the right office seating approach can make a big difference in your business.
From being rude to Mark Zuckerberg's wife, to burning down an office building, to inadvertently disabling the internet across large stretches of the Ukraine, these interns messed up in style.
Are these habits hurting your influence in the workplace? An expert tells you how to identify and correct them.
Employees with ownership and clear expectations from above always perform better. Here's how to foster accountability.
Strategies for dealing with family employees who've become too much to bear.
How to conduct year-end reviews that are practical, meaningful and motivational for employees.