More From Heather R. Huhman
Remember the Aretha Franklin classic? Show some r-e-s-p-e-c-t to your hourly workers and they'll respect you back.
Health and Wellness
Making wellness a core company value is a good start. Incentives, free wearables and incentives for physical activity don't hurt, either.
Over One-Third of Women Say Managers Don't Address Disrespectful Behavior Toward Women. And That's Your Fault.
One female CEO described how she rid her mind of self-doubt only after her own mother stepped in.
Implement these four practices to support your manager in the very important function of finding you the best talent.
"World Prematurity Day" happens this week, but it's something to take action over rather than to celebrate.
Have you ever considered that by considering "ex-cons," you increase your diversity pool?
These people may have extended service responsibilities. They may have personal mental health issues. What is your company doing to help?
Managing Remote Teams
Forty-one percent of remote workers in one study said they felt their colleagues talked about them behind their backs. How do you keep these people happy?
One company, for instance, rolled out a pilot appreciation program, tagging each instance of recognition to a company core value.
Teams fail to deliver big results on a regular basis. Here's how to cure that.
These three companies spent big bucks on all-hands meetings -- and why they say the cost was worth every penny.
Before becoming president, Donald Trump had one. Why don't you?
SAP, for instance, increased its percentage of female managers from 18 percent to 25 percent by examining its "blind spots."
Motivating employees comes down to two methods: positive and negative reinforcement. Which is yours?
One place to start is to learn the difference between "situational" and "dispositional" feedback.