Company Culture

Looking to Grow Your Business? You’ve Probably Already Got the Right Person for the Job

By Paul Crowe When the first Blackberry phone was released in 2002, suddenly workers had access to emails on the go, and almost overnight, the business world was turned upside down. Five years after that, thanks to the innovative team at Apple, the first iPhone came out. Today, 81% of American adults own smartphones, and …

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5 Ways to Improve the Productivity of Your Team

Increasingly we are operating in complex workplaces where individual and collaborative work share blurred boundaries, and there is a constant barrage of emails and reminders pinging at us throughout the day. Sometimes it can become a bit too much, leading to frustration, loss of productivity, low morale, and even a complete burnout. As a business …

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5 Ways to Improve Employee Communication During the COVID-19 Crisis

By Andy Bailey During these extraordinary times, as the world’s foremost health experts work to quell the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s critical that leaders step up, make the right decisions swiftly, and be ready to pivot on a moment’s notice. Taking care of company team members should be a top priority. Leaders need to take the …

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15 Ways to Effectively Communicate Company Goals With Your Employees

As a leader, it’s important to understand the goals and vision of your company. It’s arguably even more important to convey that information to your employees, who play a huge role in turning those goals and vision into reality. Strong lines of communication ensure everyone is on the same page, leading to greater growth for …

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16 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Give Back This Holiday Season

You might not realize it, but your business know-how and drive is valuable to people outside your company, too. Whether you’re volunteering in a soup kitchen or mentoring students, there are plenty of ways to pay it forward. And this is the perfect time of year to do exactly that (or make a New Year’s …

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How to Stop Micromanaging Your Employees

One of the most common struggles a new leader faces is learning to delegate and let go of the “little things.” While you may feel like you need constant oversight into your team’s work, micromanaging employees damages morale and drives away your top performers. It also prevents your team from doing truly creative or innovative …

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5 Ways to Grow Your Non-Retail Business During the Holidays

If you own a retail business, chances are you’re more than ready for the holidays. There’s also no shortage of expert advice to guide you to success. From hiring seasonal employees to optimizing websites, retailers are a Google search away from getting the answers to all their seasonal sales. What happens if you’re a non-retailer? …

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Your Startup Needs a Social Responsibility Plan to Compete—Here’s Why

By Ryan Ayers In the past, companies could mostly stay neutral on topics like politics, social and environmental issues, and other cultural concerns. Those days are over. Today, consumers expect companies to contribute to the good of society and take a stand against injustice. In an era where brands have to be politically correct and …

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Diversity Is Good for Business—Here Are Simple Ways to Build a More Diverse Team

By Alex Sokolov It’s a proven fact that having a diverse workforce leads to more profitability. According to McKinsey’s “Delivering Through Diversity” report, companies ranking higher in gender diversity among their executives were 21% more likely to experience above-average profitability than their peers. Organizations that also scored high in ethnic and cultural diversity were 33% …

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5 Tips for Being Smarter About Alcohol in Your Workplace

By Tim Stein I am always surprised at the growing rate in which alcohol is showing up in the workplace. Beer on tap, wine carts, kegs—it’s all designed as a workplace perk. The problem? One out of every 12 adults is suffering from an alcohol abuse or dependency issue. In fact, more than 21 million …

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Here’s What Happened After I Forced My Employees to Take Their Vacation Days

By John Griffin Did you know that the United States does not have a statutory minimum annual leave requirement? Unlike many European countries that mandate companies offer their employees 20 to even 30 days of paid vacation each year, the U.S. has never instituted a similar policy. This diligent work ethic that has laid the …

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