November 17, 2009
(The Wall Street Journal) -- Many employers and
employees don't see eye to eye on what keeps workers happy, a
disparity that could spell trouble for businesses as the economy
recovers. Employers consider management climate and workers'
relationships with their bosses as...
November 03, 2009
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) -- With the economy
cautiously turning the corner, senior leaders are focused on hiring
and developing talent, according to a survey of more than 450
senior executives on LinkedIn by Right Management. 94 percent of
executives said talent managem...
October 08, 2009
Customer service positions among young and
experienced candidates are gaining in popularity at U.S. contact
centers like Ryla Inc., a leading domestic provider of outsourced call center and customer contact
solutions. Because of the downturn and the need to build
September 29, 2009
(BUSINESS WIRE)--Employees report their bosses use
threats and intimidation during the financial crisis, according to
a national study of leadership funded by the University of Phoenix.
Questions get you written up and/or fired, one worker said. The
studys results also ...
September 22, 2009
NEW YORK (PRNewswire) -- According to new research from Deloitte,
ITfunctional leaders have an increasingly clear understanding of
what they mustdo to effectively support their organizations'
business strategies. However,existing IT talent strategies and
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