Man, said Aristotle, is a political animal. It’s no surprise, then, that politics are seeping into all sorts of discourse—including those in the workplace.
The words “performance review” tend to evoke a visceral groan from supervisors and employees alike.
Family-run businesses have their own peculiar problems. Yes, there are family members who are incompetent and are there only because they can’t get a job anywhere else. No matter how bad they may be, they are usually not fired.
I thought this article from Buzzfeed would be amusing, but it wasn’t. It was extremely sad.
If you don’t have any hilarious job interview stories, you just haven’t been in the workforce.
The story goes back to the early twentieth century, when Charles M. Schwab, head of the gigantic Bethlehem Steel Company asked productivity consultant Ivy Lee for a way to get more things done.
The produce industry is a people business built on trust, but here are two business practices that can get you to where you want to be.
Fairness may be more crucial to your bottom line than you think.