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Business News

A 4-Day Workweek Could Be a Reality in the U.S., Research Reveals — Here's What Might Move the Needle

Most U.S. managers already support a four-day workweek, according to data from Robert Half.

Leadership

6 Things Gen Z Employees Want Their Managers to Know About the Workplace in 2023

The workplace environment is constantly evolving and changing, and for younger employees like those in Gen Z, traditional office politics are not something they care about. Here's how you can capture their attention instead.

Leadership

Too Much Screen Time Kills Productivity, Morale and Training. Here Are 5 Ways to Prevent It.

With so much of our world online, is digital fatigue inevitable for employees? Here's how to see if digital fatigue is negatively affecting your corporate training initiatives — and how to take steps to minimize the impact and make training more engaging.

Leadership

4 Ways to Promote Positive Mental Wellness in Your Workplace

Why attention to self and employee mental wellness impacts your company's success, plus four ways to improve mental wellness outcomes.

Leadership

Attracting and Retaining Customers and Employees Comes Down to These Two Skills

It's less about what they get and more how they feel.

Culture

How to Create a Work Culture That Can Survive Anything

A toxic work environment can hurt your business more than compensation — so you can't afford to ignore it anymore. Use these tips to build a culture that will remain restorative, regenerative and strong no matter what's going on in the world.

Leadership

How the Potential Railroad Strike Points to a New Era of Employee Empowerment

As companies look to the future, navigating the employee experience era may mean overhauling everything from basic benefits to the board of directors. But the businesses that thrive will honor the leverage employees have and focus first on their needs.

Leadership

From the Great Resignation to Quiet Quitting, Here's Why Good People are Really Leaving and How to Keep Them.

The Great Resignation and "quiet quitting" are far from over. To keep good people, find out why they're leaving and design work with the purpose to center belonging.

Growing a Business

How to Make More Money, Retain the Best Employees and Grow Your Business — All at the Same Time

Is it possible to keep your brightest team players from moving on? Yes, if you focus on growth. Here's how to do it sustainably — and with a people-centered focus.

Leadership

Want To Avoid the 'Quiet Quitting' Trend in Your Business? Here Are 3 Strategies That Will Make Your Employees Want To Stay.

Burnout is being touted as the main factor in 'quiet quitting.' But here's the truth: Burnout isn't caused by overwork — it's caused by not finding meaning in your work.

Leadership

4 Ways to Lead in the Best and Worst of Times to Drive Your Business

Here's how to pivot your approach to management to engage and motivate all employees, regardless of the current climate.

Leadership

Quiet Quitting Is Dividing the Workforce. Here's How to Bring Everyone Back Together.

With "quiet quitting" dominating conversations about work, it feels like something has broken down in the relationship between employer and employee. Rather than judging one side or the other, we need to get back to open, multidirectional workplace communication that empowers everyone.

Leadership

Should You Hire a Tom Brady or a J.J. Watt? How to Choose the Right Players for Your Culture and Team

Business culture is top of mind for many employees and executives alike. Figuring out the type of culture you want to create can help your team perform at its best.

Leadership

Stop Expecting Marginalized Groups to Lead Diversity Efforts. It's Time For Allies to Step Up and Put in the Work.

Marginalized groups are being overtasked with leading diversity work, which is driving them away from their jobs — and the No. 1 reason for leaving is burnout. It's time to engage more allies for positive change.

Leadership

This Is the Type of Boss Your Workplace Needs, Researchers Say. But It's Probably Not the One You Have.

U.S. employees working under high-stress conditions crave this leadership style.