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Human Resources

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The 5 Most Important Qualities You Must Have in Your CTO
By Alexey Chalimov | December 11, 2016

The long road to the success of your startup begins with building the right team

The Digital Shift: Embracing New Technology and Engaging Your Employees
By Ted Novak | December 07, 2016

New technology can help you foster a culture that can retain and grow a talented team.

7 Fun Ideas for Team Bonding
By Michael Henman | December 01, 2016

Team outing ideas that will help your staff connect and have fun.

Are You an Introvert? You Can Still Be a Great Leader
By Michael Henman | November 15, 2016

5 Tips for Introverts

7 Things You Should Know About Competition in the Workplace
By Gal Rimon | November 10, 2016

When Does Friendly Competition Drive Employee Motivation and When Does it Kill It?

12 Ways to Use Slack to Be More Productive
By Scott Gerber | October 28, 2016

Slack helps teams of all sizes communicate effectively. Learn how you can use the app.

Why Brainstorming is Flawed: Solutions to Better Productivity
By Ray Williams | October 13, 2016

Alternative solutions to brainstorming

9 Reasons Why Encouraging Fitness in the Office is Beneficial
By Charles Crawford | October 03, 2016

Fitness is an important part of life, which can positively affect your career success

Continuing Education: The Value of Online Degree Programs & How to Choose One
By Marisa Sanfilippo | September 28, 2016

Learn about the benefits of getting an online degree and how to choose the right school.

International Business Law 101: 5 International Business and Trade Law “Gotchas”
By John Morabito | September 23, 2016

Doing business internationally? Here are five things international business lawyers want you to know before doing business abroad.

The Right and Wrong of Pursuing Happiness in the Workplace
By Al Gomez | September 21, 2016

When people talk about dream jobs or Fortune 500 companies, they usually think about buffet lunches, large salaries and countless perks.

The Role Leaders Play in the Process When Communicating Organizational Change
By Alison Davis | September 21, 2016

Follow these tips, along with the tools and resources you need to be successful in communicating organizational change to employees.

We Can All Get Along: 5 Tips for Managing Conflict in the Workplace
By Zak Mustapha | September 20, 2016

Follow these tips to be more effective in dealing with conflict at work.

Covering Your Bases: Key Legal Considerations for Startups
By Fred Cohen | September 20, 2016

Launching a new business can be both fun and exciting, but be sure to consider these legal issues that are often overlooked.

Upping Employee Engagement: What Your Team Wants But Doesn’t Get at Work
By Michael Henman | September 19, 2016

Find out what your team wants from you as a manager, and how you can help them be happier and more productive at work.

Achieving Success Using Performance Improvement Plans
By Rosanna Nadeau | September 19, 2016

Experience shows that 10% of employees are performing below job expectations in most organizations. But performance can be turned around, when managers use Performance Improvement Plans effectively....

5 of the Biggest Issues Facing Digital Marketing Agencies
By Blair Nicole | September 16, 2016

Managing client expectations and keeping up with trends in an ever-changing industry. Here's how to make it a little easier.

Why HR's Organizational Structure Matters
By business.com editorial staff | September 06, 2016

As the Human Resources function evolves to become a stronger, more strategic partner to the business, new priorities continue to shape what we do and how we do it. Does your structure enable...

Eyes Everywhere: 6 Ways to Stay Aware as a CEO
By Thomas O'Malley | September 02, 2016

As CEO, you need to know what's happening in your organization at all times. Discover six ways you can remain aware at all times.

CIO vs. CMO: Who Owns What?
By Fergal Glynn | August 29, 2016

Today's enterprises invest billions of dollars in marketing technology. But who controls the budget and owns decisions?

3 Books You Need To Read If You’re a Team Leader (That You’ve Never Heard of)
By Michael Henman | August 25, 2016

If you’re serious about progressing as a team leader or manager, you’ve probably read dozens of books on personal development, communication, and leadership.

From Conflict to Cooperation: Building Stronger Cross Cultural Teams
By Michael Henman | August 22, 2016

Managing a culturally diverse team can be challenging. Here are five tips for strengthening your cross cultural team.

The 7 HR Mistakes That’ll Cost You Big
By Sarah Landrum | August 22, 2016

Everyone makes mistakes that are potentially costly, but in human resources, it’s especially important to error-proof your actions.

In Defense of the Open Office: The Case for the Hybrid Workplace
By David Chao | August 17, 2016

The backlash against the open office is in full force. How can we keep the collaboration while giving employees the autonomy they need?

Benefits for All: How to Attract More Women to the Workplace
By business.com editorial staff | August 09, 2016

There is a notable lack of female talent in top positions. Find out how to attract more women to the workplace here.

6 Big Differences Between a President and a CEO
By Sudhakar I. Prabu | August 08, 2016

The difference may be established by bringing clarity on corporate governance and scope.

Make the Dream Work: 5 Reasons Why Teamwork is Crucial to Workplace Success
By Shlomo Wiesen | August 02, 2016

Traditionally one might say that a successful workplace is one that is humming along with robust sales, active meetings, with an ongoing plethora of presentations, PowerPoints, client calls, and of...