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What to Do When You Hire the Right Person for the Wrong Position
Not every hire is meant to stay in a position. To avoid turnover, have a conversation about how he or she can succeed at your company.
Study Your Team Now to Make the Best Hire Later
The hiring process will always have too much guesswork if it is all about the candidate. You can't be certain the new hire is a good fit until you've methodically evaluate the strengths and talents of your staff.
There's No App to Explain This: The Gender Salary Gap in Tech
Equal pay can prompt improved employee morale and retention. Plus, the employer limits exposure to discrimination claims.
How Early-Stage Startups Can Attract Seasoned Executives
While startups need the enthusiasm of fresh-faced hires, they also need the knowledge of veteran executives.
Join the League of Extraordinary Bosses: 4 Habits to Cultivate
The most effective managers value transparency, practice two-way communication, provide constructive feedback and go above and beyond to serve their employees.
Remember, It May Take Time for Employees to Bear Fruit
Does the New York Knicks president's recent decision to fire the entire coaching staff show that leaders shouldn't be so obsessed with moment-to-moment results?
Train and Retain: How to Attract and Motivate a Capable Staff
Seeking out top-notch young employees often leaves business owners feeling disillusioned.
Radical Transparency Can Re-Energize a Company's Culture and Deliver Results
See what a few innovative organizations are doing to foster information sharing, improve the work produced and better employee retention.
Tech Firms Seeking Talent Spring for Spacious, Luxe Quarters
While government cuts its real estate footprint, firms competing for knowledge workers are not crimping on office environments.