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The Perks of Self-Employment

by NOELLE IHLI, Business.com
April 14, 2019

You don’t have to work for a major corporation to find professional happiness. “Go big or go home.” It’s not just the king of corporate catchphrases – it’s the American way. “Bigger is better,” “size matters,” “dream big,” “it’s all or nothing,” “if you can’t run with the big dogs, stay on the porch,” and “scaling...[Click to read more]

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How to Find an Introvert-Friendly Work Culture

by Glassdoor, Fool.com
April 14, 2019

Finding a job that fits your life can also mean finding a company that suits your work style and personality. “Office environments put employees in group situations fairly often, whether that’s official meetings or even just in the break room at lunch time,” says career strategist Heather Huhman, explaining why sharing anything from a cubicle to...[Click to read more]

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Does Your Company Culture Encourage Leadership to Take Vacations?

by CHRIS LENNON, Business.com
April 12, 2019

Vacation time has several benefits for all employees – including executives and managers. When leaders don’t use this time, not only do they lose these benefits, they also communicate by example to their employees that maybe it’s not okay for them to use their PTO either. If your company is like most U.S. businesses, your...[Click to read more]

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6 Tips to Boost Workforce Engagement and Motivation

by MARTIN ZWILLING, Alleywatch.com
April 12, 2019

The challenge for all of us in business is to improve competitiveness by improving employee productivity and reducing costs. According to Gartner, one of the biggest drags on productivity is employee engagement, still hovering around 30 percent, and costing our businesses over $450 billion per year. I believe the only way to improve engagement is to...[Click to read more]

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Trust is the Key to Employee Retention — Here’s How to Build It

by Michael Burdick, Business2community.com
April 12, 2019

When any relationship is on the rocks, one of the worst possible solutions is resorting to paranoid attempts to exert control. Despite the obvious flaws of this approach, many managers end up making matters worse by showing employees a lack of trust. Nowhere is this issue more evident than in the rise of monitoring software. Managers...[Click to read more]

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2019’s Biggest Job Trends: What Skills We Need Today, and What Gen Z Will Bring to the Workplace

by KATHLEEN MCCLEARY, Parade.com
April 12, 2019

Today’s workplace dynamics may be shifting, but some things don’t change; effective communication, public speaking and time management are traditional work skills that are still valued today. Other skills, like being a tech mentor, are newer practices. Here are the job skills to work on for a more successful year.[Click to read more]


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