McDonald's Goes Head to Head With Labor Regulators
The burger giant is accused of violating employee rights as a joint employer.
Stingy Company Ordered to Pay $1.75 Million to Workers It Forced to Choose Between Pay and Bathroom Breaks
'No worker should have to face the choice: Do I take a bathroom break, or do I get paid?'
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Employees Only Meet Expectations When They Know What's Expected
Survey data reveals employees want managers to tell them how their work fits into company strategy but those conversations are the exception, not the norm.
Heather R. Huhman
4 Reasons to Work Out With Your Employees
AppSumo founder Noah Kagan is pumped about breaking a sweat with his startup team. He says it builds a lot more than muscle.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Finding Your Passion
7 Desires That Drove Me Out of 9-to-5 Banking and Into Entrepreneurship
If you also crave these same things, you probably want to ditch the day job and dive into doing your own thing.
Why SunTrust Required Laid-off Employees to 'Be on Call' for 2 Years in Severance Package
The company didn't really mean it, though. Here's what businesses can learn from the bank's confusing cooperation clause.
5 Ways to Strengthen Your Bond With Your Team
Quit thinking you're a savior for meeting payroll and start recognizing your employees are people with lives.
How to Avoid Burnout in Your Team
It's important to get your employees to work as hard for you as you work for yourself.
4 Reasons Why Former Employees Make the Best Franchisees
If you've worked for a franchise for a length of time, you've got a leg up on becoming an owner.
Effective Background Checks: 5 Factors to Consider
Sometimes a potential employee isn't all he or she seems to be. Proper screening is a must.
Urban Outfitters to End On-Call Shifts in North America
The change will affect the chain's 23,000 employees.
5 Strategies for Managing Unmanageable Employees
Know exactly where to draw the line in the sand.
5 Employment Law Tips for Startups
Stay on top of employee-related legal issues as a new employer.
How to Have Amazon's High-Performance Culture Without the Backstabbing
Your company doesn't need to become a corporate version of Lord of the Flies to achieve at the highest levels.
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