Employees

News and Articles About Employees

What It's Like Working at a Jargon-Obsessed Company
Inspiring Your Team

What It's Like Working at a Jargon-Obsessed Company

Former journalist Dan Lyons opens up about the extreme jargon culture at HubSpot, what it taught him and how he became sane.
How to Make Your Employees More Creative at Work
Creativity

How to Make Your Employees More Creative at Work

In every type of job, there is always room for creativity and innovation.
Walmart Punishes Employees for Taking Sick Days, New Report Says
Wal-Mart

Walmart Punishes Employees for Taking Sick Days, New Report Says

Walmart, the single largest employer in America with 2.3 million employees worldwide, has come under fire for its attendance policy.
Rachel Gillett
How to Give Your Employees Real Benefits, Not Just Cheap Perks
Work Life

How to Give Your Employees Real Benefits, Not Just Cheap Perks

Fancy perks don't solve the work-life balance problem.
Carol Carrubba
A New Report Slams Tesla Working Conditions, Claims Employees Have Suffered Twice as Many Serious Injuries
Tesla

A New Report Slams Tesla Working Conditions, Claims Employees Have Suffered Twice as Many Serious Injuries

Tesla is continuing to come under fire for injury rates at its flagship plant in Fremont, Calif., but the electric carmaker says factory conditions are improving.
SpaceX Settles With Underpaid Employees for $4 Million
SpaceX

SpaceX Settles With Underpaid Employees for $4 Million

Most of the 4,100 plaintiffs, however, will only get $500 each.
A Quarter of Employees Say They Don't Know Their CEO's Name
Inspiring Your Team

A Quarter of Employees Say They Don't Know Their CEO's Name

Many leaders don't realize the impact direct communication with employees can have on their business.
Rose Leadem
Surviving a Job Seeker's Market in the Thriving Tech Industry
Hiring Employees

Surviving a Job Seeker's Market in the Thriving Tech Industry

While screening IT applicants thoroughly usually narrows the search to some of the best candidates, making the process too lengthy can mean losing desirable candidates to other companies -- potentially competitors.
Adam Levy
Why a 'Living and Breathing' Company Culture Isn't Always a Good Thing
Inspiring Your Team

Why a 'Living and Breathing' Company Culture Isn't Always a Good Thing

It all stems from our arguably temporary obsession with the importance of company culture.
Jayson DeMers
5 Reasons You Need Emotionally Intelligent Employees (and How to Find Them)
Emotional Intelligence

5 Reasons You Need Emotionally Intelligent Employees (and How to Find Them)

A manager's ability to identify and manage personal emotions and the emotions of others can have a surprisingly powerful impact on your company's overall performance.
Jayson DeMers
Beware the 'Nanny Tax'
Taxes

Beware the 'Nanny Tax'

The IRS is cracking down on wage taxes for more than just nannies, and no one is immune.
Mark J. Kohler
9 Things That Make Good People Quit
Employees

9 Things That Make Good People Quit

Few things are as costly and disruptive as good people walking out the door.
Travis Bradberry
7 Ways to Help Your Employees Become Better Problem-Solvers
Problem Solving

7 Ways to Help Your Employees Become Better Problem-Solvers

Your employees are the ones who will carry your business to success. So, follow these steps to enable them to tackle problems on their own.
Jayson DeMers
5 Questions You Must Ask to Keep Your Best and Brightest Talent
Employee Experience

5 Questions You Must Ask to Keep Your Best and Brightest Talent

Creativity emerges because of our human messiness -- not in spite of it.
Matthew Wride
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