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You don't need a budget to care about your employees as people or to tell them how their work matters to the company goals.
Does your company offer wellness programs, laundry services or company outings? If no, why not?
We're not talking the best tech companies here, just the pounds you'll gain working for one.
Tiens CEO Li Jinyuan just took employee appreciation to a whole new level.
Drinking on the job didn't go away -- it evolved.
These words are interchanged so often we've forgotten what they really mean.
Your fledging company can compete for the best employees by marketing its newness to its advantage.
Based on research, here are some workplace desires and how a startup might attain them.
While many of these benefits are just good policy, others definitely fall into the 'over-the-top' camp.
It's not cheap to buy your office a quality lunch, but if you're offering perks, this one could improve your bottom line.
A positive work environment, intelligent co-workers and great benefits make these 10 companies the most exciting places to work for in 2015, as rated by the employees themselves.
While handling the back side of a campaign might not be as thrilling as dealing with the fund-raising part, these activities play a vital function in getting a fledgling business off the ground.
From preparing for performance reviews to organizing receipts for taxes, an early start now will avoid headaches later.
One CEO reports on how fostering a family atmosphere spurs productivity and flexibility among members of his team.