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What's a "rankist"? Well, it's kind of what it sounds like—some­one who feels free to treat others with disrespect because of their lower rank in the hierarchy.
Flexible scheduling lets employees work hours that better suit their personal needs. At the same time, flextime is often a boon for employers as well.
People rarely leave their jobs unan­nounced. They may not use words, but in one way or another they nearly always signal their intention to leave.
An increase in laptop thefts—plus several new state laws on data-theft disclosure— are causing employers to establish tougher security policies for employees’ laptops, PDAs and other tech devices.
To be a good leader, follow these tips:
If it hadn’t been for San Francisco investment banker Thomas Weisel, the cyclist who whipped cancer may never have raced again.
Wilbur and Orville Wright shunned guesswork so much that they always started with information-gathering and followed it with a discussion of these questions:
Researchers have uncovered the motivations behind why employees stay loyal to their employers. Here are the top 18:
Benjamin Franklin managed to set up America’s first publishing chain, public library, fire department and nonsectarian university; plus “discover” electricity; invent bifocals, a stove and daylight-saving time; map the Gulf Stream and write the first national best-seller. What principles drove him?
U.S. Army Capt. Ian Fishback caught hell for trying to stop the torture of prisoners in Iraq. But he earned the respect of the world for adhering to the West Point creed: Duty, Honor, Country.
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