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Managing Employees

Vision Statement

How to Keep Employees From Losing Sight of the Company Vision

Sure, your company's mission statement is on your website for all to see . . . but what about your vision?
Ask Entrepreneur

How to Prevent Petty Conflicts and Nasty Rumors From Destroying Your Startup

Grudges and rivalries are a more dangerous threat to a growing company than any competitor.
Cybersecurity

3 Tips for Keeping Confidential Information Just That -- Confidential

You're only as strong as your weakest link -- so make sure all your employees know what "confidential" means at your company.
Uber

Just Who Has the Right Skills to Turn Uber Around?

Experts says that communication and a capacity for empathy is a good place to start.
Goals

Employees Hate Those Goals the Company Sets. Here's How to Change Their Minds.

Goals that are vague, non-collaborative and unattainable may actually deserve employees' wrath.
Millennials

This Is Why Boomer Business Owners Should Stop Whining About Millennial Employees

They want a job that affords them a life after work. How difficult is that to understand?
Infographics

Do You Have a Bad Boss? Here's What to Look For. (Infographic)

One of the top things employees can't stand is when their boss takes credit for their work.
Human Resources

The 'Al Capone Theory' Shows How Sexual Harassment Hurts Your Bottom Line, Too

When you hire and partner, look for people whose values you can trust in all things.
Performance Reviews

Under Review: Rethinking the Employee-Evaluation Process

If your company does employee reviews on a quarterly basis, you're going to need help keeping track of all those moving parts.
Firing

Stop Holding on: It's Time to Let Employees You Like Go

When multiple employees are complaining about a co-worker -- even one you really like -- that's an unmistakable red flag.
Masters of Scale

Smart Leaders From Survey Monkey and PayPal Explain When to Let Fires Burn

Knowing when to let fires burn is the difference between success and failure says billionaire entrepreneur Reid Hoffman in the latest episode of Masters of Scale.
Firing

What Top Performers Can Learn From Disney's Firing of the Voice of Kermit the Frog

It comes to show that even at the highest level, you still need to be a team player.
Ask Entrepreneur

4 Reasons to Consider Contractors Before Full-Time Employees

Learn to leverage independent contractors for greater productivity and stability in your business.
Managing Employees

Do You Think You're Smarter Than Your Boss?

A new study looks at exactly what employees think about their supervisors and what they would want to change about their jobs.