The Towers Watson Global Workforce Study—depending on how you look at it—is either eye-opening news or simply a reconfirmation of what we have all known to be true about employer-employee relations for a long time.
Articles by John Hollon
The first three executives featured on TV’s Undercover Boss seem to be caring individuals, but they also seem to be woefully ignorant of how their organizations work.
Focusing on what people do right is the way to get more of what’s right out of them.
The range of raw emotions that pour out of the soon-to-be-former workers in the George Clooney film Up in the Air will surely resonate with anyone who has actually had to sit across the table and do this to someone.
Managers who can’t do the tough stuff—like having to let people go—aren’t really managers at all.
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Joe Torre makes managing look easy because he’s busy working behind the scenes instead of jumping up on the tables and exhorting his followers to take to the ramparts.
With a possible economic recovery on the horizon, it is time for America’s business leaders to step up and start helping America’s workforce out of its funk.
Recruiting passive candidates while so many talented and highly productive workers are on the street looking for new employment is a shameful practice.