- Harvard Business Review - Joan C. Williams
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- BBC News - BBC World
Facebook and Google have said they will let employees continue working from home for the rest of the year. The tech giants have announced plans to reopen their offices soon but are allowing more home flexibility.
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- Cosmopolitan - By Aliza Kelly
So, you have the hots for a Gemini? Which one? I’m only joking, of course—poking fun at Gemini’s duality is pretty cliché. Even still, before you connect with one of these dynamic air signs, there’s a
- Inc Magazine - Bill Murphy Jr.
Sure, negotiating a hostage taker's surrender might be more impressive. But when are you ever going to have to do that? It's one thing to negotiate an end to a hostage situation when you're working for
- Inc Magazine - Marcel Schwantes
I didn't learn about the tenets of emotionalintelligence until well into my 30s. Whatever your age, however, it's never too late to grasp the key behaviors of what has been called one of the most desired
- Harvard Business Review - Kerry Roberts Gibson and Kate O'Leary and Joseph R. Weintraub
Most companies run some kind of employee-recognition programs, but often they fall flat, wasting resources. Many become just another box for managers to check or are seen as elite opportunities for a few,