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Here’s advice for bosses on the best ways to challenge, recognize and retain the best of the best.
You’ve just hired a new employee. She uses a powered chair. Here are a few tips on how to make everyone feel more comfortable, from Ivy Gunter, co-author of On the Ragged Edge of Drop Dead Gorgeous, a book about her experience with a physical disability resulting from cancer.
Union membership has been falling for decades. In 1983, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that 17.7 million Americans carried a union card, about 20.1% of the working-age population. By last year, that percentage had dropped to 11.3%.
A survey of chief financial officers by Robert Half reveals that fewer than one-third fret that a mass exodus of experienced, mature employees could leave the company without leaders and legacy knowledge.
The rate of business creation is falling, according to research by the nonprofit Kauffman Foundation, and economists are divided about what it means. In 2013, 280 out of every 100,000 adults created a business, down from 300 per 100,000 in 2012.
Nine out of 10 doctors would discourage others from pursuing a career in medicine, according to a survey cited by Dr. Daniela Drake in an essay published in TheDailyBeast.com.
It may seem wrong for an employee who is out on disability leave to work another job. But don’t be so quick to fire her for lying about her medical condition—it could backfire in the form of a disability or retaliation claim.
Fortune magazine has listed its 100 best companies to work for in 2014 and nine New York firms made the cut, with two companies—grocery store Wegmans, and investment bank Goldman Sachs—cracking the top 50.
Fortune magazine has listed its 100 best companies to work for in 2014, and 12 Lone Star state firms made the cut—including four of the top 20.
HR is responsible for running most American employers’ diversity initiatives, according to a new survey by the Society for Human Resource Management.