NLRB confirms workers’ right to organize your firm, department by department

A seemingly minor decision from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) could have some major repercussions for companies nationwide.   The case involves a Macy’s store in Saugus, MA, in which...
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The Language Opportunity: Reach More Global Customers

Speaking just one language to customers is not enough. Here are some key things you need to know about the global language opportunity:In-language content positively affects likelihood of purchase. A study...
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4 Reasons CEOs Struggle to Align Employee Goals to Corporate Strategy

As a business leader, your job is to ensure your company is profitable. If your employees aren’t sure how their job contributes to that purpose, you might be fighting an uphill battle. Getting your...
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Change the Way You Run Meetings: 6 Tips from 20 Experts

The workforce has transformed to be mobile, virtual, and driven by speed, but the way we run meetings hasn’t evolved along with it. Sponsored by join.me and written by meetings expert Chris Hosford,...
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Workplace follies: 11 amazing things employees did instead of their jobs

OK, everyone knows the pace in the office tends to slow a bit during the dog days of summer. People take vacation and almost everyone seems a little more easygoing. But you probably don’t want people this...
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Understanding Oracle Workforce Reputation Management

Talent Management Excellence Essentials is a go-to e-publication that covers talent, performance, and compensation strategies. Mark Bennett, Director of Product Strategy at Oracle, contributed an article...
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25 Leadership Behaviors That Create A Culture of Continuous Improvement

In this paper "25 Leadership Behaviors That Create A Culture Of Continuous Improvement," KaiNexus reveals what every leader should be aware of when attempting to transition their organization's...
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Dealing with acidic attitudes: Help for your managers

Every workplace has negative people who erode morale. They’re not always easy to pick out of a crowd, but they can do an amazing amount of damage over time. Most of the time, these folks don’t make...
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2020: Can you get there? A Business Guide for Overcoming Disruption

Many business leaders have realized how vulnerable they are to the next wave of change.This paper will examine past and future market disruptors. It provides case studies of businesses that...
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4 ways to make your sexual harassment training more effective

Sexual harassment prevention training is generally not HR professionals’ favorite thing. Here are some guidelines to make the experience more useful for both management and employees – courtesy...
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