The many benefits of a remote workforce might seem highly appealing, but you should never forget that there are also some major difficulties with telecommuting. When you weigh up the options it is clear
Culture is a conversation that gets generated by the things we talk about in the office and actions we take. Like a path that forms in the grass from constant use, as soon as
Every individual has their own unique work style. Many of us require organisation and strict guidelines to bring a project in on time, while others need free reign to allow for creativity to flow.
Employee engagement is about people. So is leadership development. Growing leaders is a long-term journey that companies have to take to ensure their sustainability. This journey, however, will only be successful if it teaches
Faster, better, smarter – there’s always the next employee. The one who can bring a fresh perspective, extensive experience and a new tonus. Yes, you might have lost 10 employees this year but you
There have always been generation gaps in the workplace. Yet businesses seem to be more and more concerned about gen Y entering the labor market and changing the rules of the game. The biggest
While browsing through some Glassdoor reviews, I found a lot of dissatisfied employees who seemed to balance pros and cons for the company they worked for but would ultimately refuse to recommend that company
Just yesterday I saw an interesting tweet from PU Technologies Inc. that got me thinking. I thought about a latent intention of the author to include those topics in their "Don't view people as mechanisms."
In the past years, the topic of employee engagement has become a global concern for companies. When building their long-term growth strategies, businesses are taking into account the most important resource that they need:
Although we hate it when we just finished a task and another one crept into our list, with a close deadline, there is one thing we hate even more. And that is monotony, one