Instead of the normal 40-hour week (or, more recently, the 50-, 60-, or 70-hour week), the world's second-largest retailer will let roughly a dozen "part-time" employees cut back to just 30 hours at 75%
Silicon Valley is bubbling these days. Uber recently raised $3.5B (that’s right, that’s B for Billions). Almost 60% of San Francisco’s houses are now valued above $1M (fewer than 20% were just a few years
We’re obsessed with work-life balance. There’s no shortage of research, articles, and self-help books trying to help us find and restore a balance between our work and nonwork lives. However, most of discussion
Despite having to climb the highest mountain and cross the largest ocean, you will never hear a successful entrepreneur say the words, "good enough." A truly inspired leader does not settle for mediocre
One of the biggest mistakes managers make that leads to turnover, when done repeatedly and intentionally, is hoarding and withholding information. The real reason they do it? It's about power and control.
We hardly ever think about it, but a leader's words are a powerful means for motivating people at work. But where do you start with what to say, or even how to say things that will inspire? According Dr.
"It' is not how much we give, but what we put into the giving." --Mother Teresa, Nobel Peace Prize winner Your staff is terrific! Each one works hard to exceed goals and make the company a success. You
It’s a fact of life that grows truer by the minute: Less is more. And as our eco-minded generation downsizes to tinier spaces, our options for furnishing and decorating our homes shrink right along with
Radiolab recently examined the emotional power of digits when guest Alex Bellos, who writes and lectures on mathematics, discussed a global survey he conducted–on favorite numbers. What he found, among
Millennials are going to make major shifts in corporations over the next decade and most people aren’t ready for the amount of change that’s coming. By 2025, millennials will account for 75% of the global
The fifth floor of Manulife Financial Corp.'s stately headquarters on Toronto's Bloor Street East sat empty during a recent tour, the workers having vacated about a week earlier. The traditional offices