Tuesday, March 19
Want to attract the A-players to work for your business? Here's what needs to be in the job description.
Monday, March 11
When your employees do something awesome—whether it’s finishing a project three weeks ahead of time, figuring out how to streamline a process, or just talking down an angry client—you, as a manager, want to reward them.
Thursday, March 07
Sales are dropping, and you know you need to change your approach. That was the situation facing Duane Jebbett, CEO of Rowmark, a Findlay, Ohio-based manufacturer of sheet plastic. His answer: Create a metrics-driven culture, one where employees would be united around the same goal. “How do you achieve a future goal if you don’t have the metrics to get you there?” he asks.
Friday, March 01
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer recently insisted that Yahoo employees come into the office rather than work from home in order to increase "communication and collaboration."
Wednesday, February 27
How do I make sure my full-time IT hire knows his or her stuff?
Friday, February 22
You finally landed that coveted job interview. Maybe you aced it; perhaps you flopped. Either way, you send a thank you note and check your inbox compulsively for a week, waiting not-so-patiently for some sort of response. But you hear nothing.
Thursday, February 14
The furor over new Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson's inaccurate resume is shining a spotlight on inadequate employee vetting. Thompson, the third Yahoo CEO in the past year, claimed to have a computer science degree, which he doesn't, along with his actual degree in accounting.
Wednesday, February 13
How solid is your current hiring process? One of the best ways to get the right talent on board is to have a trusted hiring process in place. Here's a six-step process you can adopt as is or tailor to meet your needs.