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What I've Learned After Paying More Than $1 Million to Freelancers

I've learned three lessons about working with freelancers from a client perspective.

Erik Bergman

The 2 Business Obsessions You Need to Ignore

Business owners are often obsessed with reorganizing and growth. Here's why moving past these action items might be best for your company.

Benjamin Gilad

Why My Employees and Their Partners Created Our Company's Values

Employees should ideally write the values, as they'll be the ones to uphold them.

You've Been Tracking Employee Productivity All Wrong

When it comes to remote work, do you know which metrics really matter?

Ryan Wong

3 Ways to Prevent Stress from Taking Over Your Life

Your best chance of succeeding in the fight against stress is to aim for prevention. Use these three methods to prevent stress on the individual and organizational level.

The 4-Step Process to Conquering Stress for the Rest of Your Life

Keep the stress monster at bay by committing to each of these four steps for the rest of your life.

8 Books That Will Help You Re-Take Control of Your Life

By drawing on the expertise of others, you can go a long way towards ensuring that your path forward will be a successful one.

Peter Daisyme

5 Ways Your Chronic Stress Is Affecting Your Business

You may think stress is causing you to lose sleep and overeat, but it's so much worse than that. Find out how it's negatively impacting your livelihood.

Hire Slow, Fire Fast

The Candle Pour's Misty & Dennis Akers share their expertise and help business owners with how they might want to think about staffing and why who you hire is essential to creating an unforgettable experience.

Here's the No. 1 Thing You Must Do When Interviewing Candidates

As interviewers, particularly in a virtual world, we must show up intentionally.

Mita Mallick

4 Ways Ghosting Job Seekers Perpetuates Oppression

The practice of ignoring someone who is seeking employment with your company can be very harmful to your company and to the applicant. Here's why. Plus, what to do instead.

Nika White

Goldman CEO Promises to Give Break to Tired Employees Who Work 100 Hours a Week

First-year analysts at the firm said they would likely leave if working conditions remained the same after six months.

Justin Chan