3 Simple Steps to Move Training Online

Organizations are moving training online to reduce costs, eliminate travel and reach an increasingly distributed workforce. Are you ready to make the jump? “With the advances in technology, growth of...
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Why Corporate Training is Broken and How to Fix It

Corporate training is broken. Training departments are no more at fault than bankrupt companies like Blockbuster Video, Borders, Silicon Graphics, Nortel Networks, Circuit City, Bethlehem Steel, Smith...
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The Manager’s Guide to Leading Teams Under Flexible Work Arrangements

A major shift is occurring in workplaces around the world: Work-life balance is becoming as important to employees as career advancement. Flexwork arrangements are currently in use by a majority of workers,...
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Collaboration 2.0: Death of the Web Conference (As We Know It)

Employees are spending more time in meetings now more than ever before, yet the vast majority of the modern workforce gets little or no value out of most of the meetings they attend. This disconnect...
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Reach for the Stars – A Guide to Getting and Keeping Good People

If you're not sure you're getting the balance right (or where to go next) Reach for the Stars shows you why you need to:Hire for cultural fitKnow who you want before you start lookingHire smarter peopleCelebrate...
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A Manager’s Quick Guide to Doing More with Less

In A Manager's Quick Guide to Doing More with Less, we show you why developing better people is just better business. See why it's so important – and cost-effective – to: Analyze what you already...
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Gawker Media in Crosshairs of Interns’ FLSA Suit

Interns continue to put the legal squeeze on the employers they work for, asserting they are actually employees entitled to be paid the minimum wage.  And the next dominos that may fall are social media...
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Court: Trucker Violated Title VII by Requiring Women Applicants to Be Trained by Women

Requiring women who wanted to be truck drivers to receive training only from women was a Title VII violation, a federal district court has ruled. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which announced...
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Small Business Owners Lending Money to Employees – Good Business Sense?

Every year, business owner Jim Fab lends his 25 employees as much as $4,000 interest-free for personal expenses they can't afford up front, ranging from down payments on homes and cars to funeral and legal...
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Employer Branding: Five Tips to Make Your Career Site Your #1 Recruiting Asset

A poor user experience on your career site negatively impacts your employer brand and greatly reduces the chance that people will fill out an application. Read on to discover five best practices that can...
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