In early April, I covered Starbucks Coffee’s announcement that it would offer a four-year college education for every Starbucks employee working 20 or more hours, at zero tuition expense. At that time,
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More and more organizations are changing their performance management systems. There are a number of reasons for this, including the difficulty of doing performance management effectively. More and more
Some of us feel stressed because of the holidays – and some of us feel even more stressed being back at work. And everybody knows that stress is terrible for your health, right? Wrong. In this fascinating
Mental job strain can come from tight deadlines, high demands and having little control over one's work. Physical strain includes sweating, breathlessness and muscle strain. "Job strain is something that
It’s 1958, and Patricia Bays Haroski, a State Farm Insurance Company employee, wants people to formally recognize their boss on October 16th. Her goal? Improve the relationship between bosses and their
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You’re probably a little tired of hearing about Big Data. While you would expect online giants like Amazon and companies like Netflix to be early innovators in the use of data to recommend products or
Will there be an open bar? Do I have to go? Can I bring my significant other? A few of the above questions may be dancing in your head when you receive the invite to your organization’s holiday party.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Change is key in business for remaining relevant and ahead of the curve. But, while managers love change, employees often fear it or fight
Women continue to make less money than men, and be less likely to hold top leadership positions. And whenever a grim new study is released, a news-making essay or book is published, or high-profile woman
In the wake of the uproar over the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente wrote a beautiful article on his personal LinkedIn account. Bernard Tyson shared his thoughts “not from
This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Follow the author here. As co-founder of Hotwire.com and CEO of Zillow for the last seven years, 39-year-old Spencer Rascoff fits most people’s definition of
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