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It wouldn't be new software without having to navigate new, sometimes confusing terrain. Here's a compass.
The best public speakers foster so much goodwill with their audience that even if something mortifying happens, they can recover. Just ask Joey Asher.
Privacy advocates may squirm when big data is used to profile workers—but many of those workers may not mind.
Suspend all prejudices for a minute, and try to understand why these fresh young thinkers do what they do. It's all about the economy.
Get the team on the same page more efficiently by exploring these key features in the software's latest versions.
The company apparently has failed to connect with the Department of Labor’s rules on what constitutes an exempt employee under the FLSA.
Here are the top five changes you'll need to navigate to feel at home in (and delighted by) the latest version.
As you near a deadline to close a sale, negotiate a deal or make a big decision, the inexorable push to complete it can undermine your judgment. So how do you stay focused and logical?
In the real world, it's never quite that easy to perk up employees, is it? Here are five warning signs that they may be falling into a funk—and how to fix it.
A court has ruled that an employer committed an unfair labor practice when its confidentiality clause prohibited employees from discussing their wages.