Break your smartphone dependence, it’s killing you
We’re all guilty of it: answering a business call at midnight, responding to a work query whilst on holiday with the family, having a video call at the kid’s hockey game – but here’s why you have to stop.
Outwit, outplay, outlast: US lawyer auditions new hires
A challenge a day, and the weakest is sent home for good – one lawyer is taking inspiration from TV as he hunts for a new associate.
C-Suite execs say HR struggling to adapt
Is HR struggling to cope with the challenges of managing a global, flexible workforce? A new report says yes, and that it’s high-time HR finds new ways to engage workers.
Are crazy questions actually useful?
Google CEO asks people to teach him something he doesn’t know. Are these interview tactics helpful, or hindering?
Handling employee complaints and grievances effectively
Dealing with an employee complaint or grievance is never easy, but a leadership organization has just released best practice advice on how to do so successfully.
Paranoia is feeding fear of flexible work policies: report
The promise of increased productivity isn’t enough of a carrot to spur companies into solving the challenge of managing a work-from-home workforce. What's the problem?
“Walk and talk” to get your brain going
Finding your staff less-than-focused at meetings? Try taking it on the move
Reduce staff turnover by 80%? Easy.
It’s a hefty claim, but according to new findings organizations have the power to change 80% of their staff turnover – here’s how.
A third of execs think of quitting in their first 3 months
More than one in three new executives find their start so bad they consider walking away from the organization within the first 90 days
Unconscious bias contaminates workplaces
Talent pipelines are in danger from the ongoing problem of unconscious bias – so what can be done about it?