Of all the headaches a leader must face, one that becomes an ongoing issue is employee retention. The business networking site LinkedIn reported that 10.9 percent of its members changed jobs in 2017 alone.
Now that PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi has stepped down after 12 years leading the beverage maker, we are left with only 24 women serving in the top spot of Fortune 500 organizations. Female representation other
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Feeling exhausted? You're not alone. CNET conducted a reader survey on sleep and found that 60% of respondents are trying to better understand their sleep habits. And the CDC estimates that 35 percent
If you want to change your life, you have to first change the way you think about your life — not the opposite way around. It’s not that “magical thinking” will be responsible for your personal revolution.
Tracing a mysterious message across the world to understand how what we buy is made. When Christel Wallace found a piece of paper folded up at the bottom of her purse in March 2017, she threw it in the
And what the Grey Lady can still do to find an audience for its Trump tax story. It arrived on Page One of the New York Times last Wednesday with all the subtlety of a supertanker berthing at a sailing
You can’t get mad at a team for trying the improbable, hoping that nature cooperates. Some of the most famous discoveries of all time have come about thanks to nothing more than mere serendipity, and if
If you were hunting for alien intelligence, looking for a surefire signature from across the Universe of their activity, you’d have a few options. You could look for an intelligent radio broadcast, like
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway startled CNN host Jake Tapper on Sunday by saying she herself was a victim of sexual assault. “I’m a victim of sexual assault,” Conway said on “State of the Union”
Story Highlights Researchers used a gene editing tool, CRISPR, to wipe out a population of malaria-carrying mosquitoes in the lab • Questions remain about how releasing this technology into the wild would
With advances in gene technology helping to diagnose very rare diseases, has the new era of personalised medicine finally arrived? Evie Walker sits on her mother’s lap, playing a game she never grows of:
What happens when you let employees pick how much they want to be paid? This company decided to find out.
• Smarkets, a betting startup based in London, lets employees pick how much they want to get paid. • The system works through social consensus, and each employee's salary information is published in the
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The Founders designed a government that would resist mob rule. They didn’t anticipate how strong the mob could become. Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series that attempts to answer the question: