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3 Ways to Survive the Office Generation Clash
Culture

3 Ways to Survive the Office Generation Clash

The modern workplace is becoming increasingly diverse. Learn how to navigate your office, and get along with co-workers from all generations.
Alexander Maasik
Think Twice Because Your Freelancer Might Legally Be an Employee
Freelancers

Think Twice Because Your Freelancer Might Legally Be an Employee

Regulations surrounding independent contractors are confusing but you don't want litigation to clarify their status.
Martin Konrad
45 of the Weirdest Things Bosses Have Asked Their Employees to Do
Bad Bosses

45 of the Weirdest Things Bosses Have Asked Their Employees to Do

In a perfect world, your manager would always be a totally sane, rational human being. Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world.
Here's How to Attract Talent for Your Pre-Revenue Startup
Ask the Expert

Here's How to Attract Talent for Your Pre-Revenue Startup

When you don't have funding, here are a few pointers for attracting top-notch employees.
Jodi Goldstein
Wal-Mart Wage Hike to $15 an Hour Would Cost it $4.95 Billion, Study Says
Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart Wage Hike to $15 an Hour Would Cost it $4.95 Billion, Study Says

The world's largest retailer raised wages for its hourly workers to $10 per hour earlier this year, but labor groups have called the raise inadequate.
How to Deal With a Quitter
Performance Ignited

How to Deal With a Quitter

It can be disheartening when someone quits your company, the one you built and believe in. Here is how to handle it with grace.
Adina Grigore
First, It Was College Tuition for His Employees' Kids. Now, This CEO Launches Program to Foot the Bill for Employees' Weddings.
Performance Ignited

First, It Was College Tuition for His Employees' Kids. Now, This CEO Launches Program to Foot the Bill for Employees' Weddings.

Chieh Huang, the CEO of Boxed Wholesale, says it 'just felt right to extend this benefit to all our valued employees.'
Catherine Clifford
The Open-Office Concept Is Dead
Open Offfices

The Open-Office Concept Is Dead

Meet its replacement.
Laura Entis
Lyft Agrees to Revised $27 Million Deal in Driver Lawsuit
Lawsuits

Lyft Agrees to Revised $27 Million Deal in Driver Lawsuit

In the new deal, attorneys for drivers calculated that Lyft drivers could have recovered $156 million had they been classified as employees.
How This Franchisee Is Giving Hope -- and Jobs -- to the Disabled Community
Franchisees

How This Franchisee Is Giving Hope -- and Jobs -- to the Disabled Community

Disabled people make great employees. That's why this Tim Hortons owner keeps hiring them.
Uber to Offer Union Representation to New York City Drivers
Uber

Uber to Offer Union Representation to New York City Drivers

The company will join with the International Association of Machinists to launch an independent guild to represent drivers in the city.
If Uber Drivers Are Employees, They're Owed $730 Million More, Say U.S. Court Papers
Court Cases

If Uber Drivers Are Employees, They're Owed $730 Million More, Say U.S. Court Papers

The figures had been redacted in the original settlement deal proposed last month, but a San Francisco federal judge ordered them unsealed.
9 Leadership Initiatives To Ramp Up Team Engagement
Leadership

9 Leadership Initiatives To Ramp Up Team Engagement

Achieve new levels of market penetration and profitability through these principles of engagement.
Martin Zwilling
6 Ways HR Leaders Can Help Humanize the Organization
Human Resources

6 Ways HR Leaders Can Help Humanize the Organization

Remember, employees are your most valuable resource. Here's how to get the most out of a happy and productive workforce.
Meghan M. Biro