Though some may be wary about employee fraternization, studies have shown that when companies encourage friendships among co-workers, the benefits outweigh any potential costs.Read More
In this working world where getting 200 emails is considered a slow day, you have to consciously carve out the time and drink heavily from the commitment cup.
It’s not easy being a parent/child/employee. Anyone who tells you differently is lying. I know I’m not alone in this juggling act.Read More
Employers that can adapt to the shifting needs of their employees, will have a leg up on attracting and retaining talent.Read More
Never-ending conference calls and endless streams of emails and instant messages can cause some workers to seek solitudeRead More
Top workplace lists have proliferated in the past two decades. But not all lists are created equally, and experts question whether some capture what makes a workplace great.Read More
How do I help my managers overcome the idea that people have to work in physical proximity to each other to be productive? They insist that most jobs require close exchange of information and collaboration.
—Trapped in the Past, senior vice president of human resources, nonprofit, Baltimore
We have been doing research regarding virtual organizations — particularly related to training and the role that managers play. How we do get our organization to adapt/embrace this new way of working?
— Changing World, assistant HR specialist, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Author Sharon Salzberg opens the book on regretful emails and practicing mindfulness and meditation at work.Read More
Expats face different legal concerns than those citizens who work and live within the territorial boundaries of the United States.Read More