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Why Does Power Abuse Persist?
By Petrina Coventry | May 04, 2018

Workplace bullying is all too common, and it leaves a permanent negative impact on both the victim and the company's culture. Here's why it persists.

10 Best TED Talks for Training and Motivating New Employees
By Matt D’Angelo | May 03, 2018

TED Talks are an excellent resource to promote employee engagement and motivate your team toward success.

Yoga in the Workplace: More Than a Wellness Fad
By Lynn Herrick | April 26, 2018

Implementing a yoga program can have far-readching beneficial effects, including improved productivity, better collaboration and happier employees.

Cigna - Employee Benefits Review
By editorial staff | April 13, 2018

Read our unbiased review of Cigna. See how Cigna compares to the best Insurance Quotes of 2018.

6 Signs It’s Time to Terminate an Employee
By Justin O. Walker | April 03, 2018

Firing an employee is never easy, but here's how you know it's time to do it – and how to do it respectfully.

15 Benefits and Perks That Will Keep Your Remote Employees Happy
By Chad Brooks | March 27, 2018

If you want to attract and retain top employees, you need to come up with an attractive package of perks and benefits – especially if your team is remote.

Millennials and Baby Boomers: Why They’re More Alike Than You Think
By Deborah Sweeney | March 12, 2018

Rather than looking at your workers' generational differences, celebrate what they have in common, like hard work, collaboration and shared values.

Should You Let Your Team Work Remotely?
By Fiona Adler | March 08, 2018

With a thoughtful, balanced policy and clear expectations, the option to work from home could be a huge boon for your team and your company.

Collaboration Improves Workplace Performance. Here’s How to Encourage It
By Chad Brooks | March 02, 2018

Employees are more productive and persevere more in collaborative versus competitive environments. Here's how to bring out the best in your employees.

Why Do Small Businesses Need a Registered Agent?
By Deborah Sweeney | February 28, 2018

A registered agent acts as the state’s means to communicate with your business. Here's why you need one, and how to choose the best person for the role.

Are You Paying a Living Wage?
By Adam Uzialko | February 27, 2018

Employees who earn enough to get by improve performance and overall business.

The Management Theory of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth
By Sammi Caramela | February 23, 2018

Frank and Lillian Gilbreth valued efficiency by identifying one best way to complete a task.

10 Ways New Managers Can Be Influential Leaders
By Stacey Hanke | February 21, 2018

These 10 methods help managers elevate their role to leadership and increase their influence over others.

Why Offering Paid Leave Is Good for Your Business
By Adam Uzialko | February 16, 2018

Yes, paid leave policies represent an additional cost, but the benefits they provide pay for themselves and then some.

How to Say ‘No’ in Business
By Keren Lerner | February 02, 2018

Being a people pleaser in business leads to long hours and over-budget projects. Learn how to say "no" politely and effectively.

Does Character Matter? The Three C’s of Leadership
By Paul Comfort | January 29, 2018

Great leaders embody these three characteristics, and they require them in the employees they seek to promote.

In-House and Freelance Web Developers Are Ideal for Small Business
By Matt D’Angelo | January 03, 2018

A great web developer is essential to any small business, but you may not need one on staff. Learn about hiring a freelancer versus an in-house developer.

Age Discrimination in the Workplace: What Your Business Needs to Know
By Justin O. Walker | December 28, 2017

Age discrimination costs a business in legal threats and employee performance. Learn what ageism is legally and how your organization can best prevent it.

Why Brand Ambassadors Could Be Your Best Marketing Strategy
By Todd Kunsman | December 26, 2017

In your marketing strategy for the new year, brand ambassadors should be a top priority for boosting your brand visibility and increasing sales.

3 Ways to Gain Control of Yourself in Workplace Conflict
By Lynette Reed | December 04, 2017

You can't stop workplace conflict from happening, but you can minimize its professional effect on you with these three practices.

Workplace Bullying: What It Looks Like and How to Stop It
By Justin O. Walker | November 29, 2017

Employees are more productive in a company that actively stops workplace bullying. Here's how to recognize it and foster an anti-bullying company culture.

Why You Should Let Your Employees Nap on the Job
By Holger Reisinger | November 28, 2017

The key to productivity may actually be encouraging workers to sleep during the day. Here are some ways to implement a nap-positive culture in your office.

How to Hire a Great Web Developer
By Matt D’Angelo | October 19, 2017

Hiring a great web developer can require some research and time combing through applicants, but the commitment is worth the result.

Is Your Office Space Making You Depressed? 5 Ways Environment Affects Productivity
By Meredith Wood | October 03, 2017

The look and feel of an office has a big impact on moods and productivity. Here are five aspects to improve to make sure your office is an appealing space.

5 Performance Management Practices You Need to Eliminate Today
By Chad Brooks | September 28, 2017

Plagued by high employee turnover and low morale. Ditch these five performance management practices.

Hiring Millennials: How to Take Advantage of the International Relocation Boom
By Heather Darby | September 28, 2017

Many millennials are open to working abroad. Here's why and how your business should recruit overseas millennials.

From Blue to White: The Gig Economy’s Incredible Transformation
By Michael Burdick | September 25, 2017

The coming gig economy offers sweeping changes, especially for businesses. Here's how to harness the power of the gig economy.

Getting Past the Stereotype: Why You Should Hire Millennials
By Jason Richmond | August 21, 2017

Millennials have a bad rap, but they are the most educated generation to enter the workforce. Read four other beneficial qualities of millennials.

Why Trademarks Matter for Expanding Businesses
By Deborah Sweeney | July 22, 2017

Why should you register a trademark for your business? Learn about the benefits and protections a trademark offers.

3 Soft Skills to Consider for Improved Employee Return on Investment
By Lynette Reed | July 14, 2017

Soft skills can be just as important as the hard skills in your company's return on investment. These three are particularly vital.