“quiet quitting” and “quiet firing” dominating the news, gratitude may be the solution.
Simple, sure. But also extremely effective. For any leader.
Data suggests companies are holding on to employees as part of longer-term strategic thinking in uncertain economic times.
With 92 million workers still remote, has this new solution taken away the last reason to go to the office?
Does your business have a problem with remote working? Or does your business just have a problem?
Workplace buBuilding trust improves problem solving and comfort in the workplace.llying has been a longstanding issue for many companies.
Digital presenteeism is sapping the productivity of remote workers, a new report finds, and bosses are to blame.
Start by catching people doing things right.
With disability claims skyrocketing, small businesses need to know how to support employees who need extra care.
These changes may be subtle, but they’ll go far in broadcasting a safe space for LGBTQ+ employees.
Georgia Republican Rick Allen introduced the Startup Act to ensure entrepreneurs gain access to federal workforce development programs.
Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Especially when you lead people.
On this 32nd anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, make hiring workers from all backgrounds a priority.
The risk-averse control freak, the wishing-you’d-go-away ghoster; and the demeaning sociopath