May 16, 2013
Most people do not like change. Whether you are a training and development professional or a CEO, if you represent change, then to some people you represent the enemy. Luckily, you can master the switch by navigating your new orders in a way that breaks down others&rsqu...
May 14, 2013
Evaluating employees and paying them what they deserve is one of the most crucial decisions a manager has to make, and is an important part of effectively managing a business.
Ask any professional about appraisals and you’ll get mixed reviews. Employees are o...
May 13, 2013
According to the Associated Press, 50 percent of the 7.5 million jobs that were lost in the United States during the recent great recession were mid-pay, middle class jobs—that is, jobs paying $37,000 to $68,000 a year. Of the 3.4 million jobs that have ...
May 13, 2013
Do you hate conflict? Do you cringe at the thought challenging an employee on their productivity or work ethic? If you do, you’re in good company. At least 50% of us possess the personality styles that illicit dread when having to confront someone. I must confess...
May 09, 2013
Ryann K. Ellis
LinkedIn just turned 10. Part of its staying power has been its use as an effective tool for recruiting talent. Are you using your LinkedIn profile to draw in recruiters—or turn them away. Here are some tips get results from your profile.
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