Employees

Managing Employees

You Can Immediately Spot Great People in Your Company by Asking This One Question

Are your employees tackling their assignments effectively? Find out by asking "The Hawaii Question."
Branding

This One Surprising Thing Could Be Sabotaging Your Brand

Drunk posting on Facebook isn't flattering for you or your employer.
Sleep

Most People Are Failing to Get the Right Amount of Sleep, Survey Says

A new study breaks down average sleep times by age, gender and even relationship status.
Reputation Management

8 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Work Reputation

The quality of your work matters of course, but the small actions you take each day add up to create a bigger picture about who you are.
Remote Workers

17 Things You Need to Know About Remote Work

If you're thinking of joining a distributed workforce, here are some things you should know.
Creativity

The Best Way to Inspire Creativity in Others Isn't What You Might Think

While everyone appreciates a pat on the back, that's not the most powerful way to promote highly creative thinking.
Money

6 Tips for Saving Money on Labor Costs

When it comes to your organization, labor costs can add up fast.
Apps

How To Get Your Staff On Board With Your New App

If your staff knows and understands the value of your app, they will be able to relay this information to customers.
Ready for Anything

The American Workplace Is as Depressing as You Think, But There's a Bright Spot

While employees are finding meaning in their work, opportunities for advancement are often in short supply, according to a new study.
Motivation

Money Can't Buy Motivation When It Comes to Working Harder or Going to the Gym

If you're looking for ways to motivate your employees, think outside of pay incentives.
Perks

This Company's New Perk Is Sending Employees on International Trips

Its CFO shares her tips for how you can implement a similar program at your business.
Employees

Do Raises Make Employees Happy or Is It Something More?

Competitive pay and benefits attract talent but organizational culture and values is what keeps them onboard.
Office Culture

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.
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