Managing People at Work

Aspiring to do the best job possible makes you an asset to your com­pany and an inspiration to your team, but working to the point of burnout doesn’t do anybody any favors.

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Conference calls can be a hassle under normal circumstances but are especially challenging when you need to join from the road on your cellphone. MobileDay can save you a lot of time—and stress.

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Employees of all ages, but especially mil­lennials, are quick to change jobs if they feel bored, unappreciated or not part of a team. A great way to keep everyone engaged and committed is through com­pany volunteer programs.

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A “loyal and hardworking” accounts payable clerk was accused of embezzling $1 million from the Archdiocese of New York. Although perceived as an outstanding employee, she had been stealing since she was hired.

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One of the benefits of advanced technol­ogy in the workplace is that it allows for more flexibility for employees, including the opportunity for some to work remotely.

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It may seem as if praising a team member is always a good idea. What’s wrong with acknowledging a job well done, especially when research shows that appreciation from the boss ranks high in employee surveys?

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When we hear “mentor,” most of us picture an older, wiser person who has many years of work experience. But it doesn’t always have to be like that.

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Though an interview can tell you a lot about a person, his or her references can be the real key to unearthing whether the employee is a fit—but only if you’re obtaining valuable insight from them. Here are six ways to beef up your reference checks:

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If managing workers’ schedules and keeping track of attendance have become almost a full-time job, then Supervisor’s Helper may make your life easier.

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Perfectionists can be counted on for high-quality output that includes every bit of what you asked for (and then some). Speed and the ability to prioritize, however, often take a back seat.

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