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Category: HR Advice and Tips


6 Simple Team Building Tips That Can Have a Big Impact

May 14th, 2020

Many team leaders think of team-building as a one-time event intended to solve communication or other issues on the team. They may reach for classic team building activities like the human knot in order to provide their teams with a chance to work together and grow.  A different approach to team-building, however, can have a… Read more »

5 Ideas to Build Out Your Company’s Wellness Program

May 7th, 2020

Many companies have turned to wellness programs as a way to boost worker productivity and morale, round out benefits packages and reduce the ever-rising costs of healthcare coverage. Often, however, wellness programs fall by the wayside as workers and leadership alike focus on the day to day tasks of their jobs rather than on maintaining… Read more »

How to Avoid Playing Favorites as a Manager

April 9th, 2020

Most managers have “favorites” – team members they get along with well, understand better, or are secretly rooting for. As a human being, it’s natural to have preferences among other humans, especially when you work with them. As a manager, however, it’s important to avoid indulging your favorites while heaping thankless tasks onto their hapless… Read more »

3 Reasons Why You Need to Listen to Your More Introverted Employees

April 2nd, 2020

By some estimates, about one in every four people is an introvert. Introverts build up their energy stores with alone time, and they expend energy when they interact with people. Introverts aren’t always “loners.” Most need and even enjoy social interaction; they simply approach it differently due to its demands on their mental and physical… Read more »

The Future of the 40 Hour Work Week

March 26th, 2020

For over a century, the 40-hour workweek has been accepted as the standard for a full-time career. In the face of digital disruption in every industry and changes in worker demands for work-life balance, however, some companies benefit from rethinking a 40-hour week. The History of the 40-Hour Work Week For centuries, workers did not… Read more »