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The High Cost of Having a Meeting Culture

By Karlyn Borysenko

Consider your average white-collar professional making $45,000/year, not including benefits.

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If Your Company Has Values, You Don't Need a Lot of Rules

By William A. Schiemann

All of us are driven by a set of values — what we believe is important in life.

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Just What Does a Reference Check After the Interview Mean, Anyway?

By Yves Lermusi
Many people ask what it means if an employer does a reference check after interviewing a job seeker, and the simple answer is that it means they are interested in you.
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Hiring Wisely: When You Interview, Culture Is the Name of the Game

By John Hollon

The more I think about our eternal struggle to handle workplace issues, the more I come to the conclusion that there is one issue that drives all others.

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The Wells Fargo Scandal is All About One Thing: A Lack of Leadership Values

By Carol Anderson

Wells Fargo did a BIG "oops," and now everyone knows it. Like other highly visible corporate "oops," they probably should have known about it well before the world knew. Oh well.

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The Secret to Working at Amazon? Passion, and "Plain Old Smarts" (Video)

By John Hollon

I've forgotten just how long that Amazon.com has been around, but it's long enough that people now just call it Amazon, and no one thinks of them as a company that just handles books anymore.

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Saving Your Culture by Dumping a Toxic Star Performer

By John Hollon

Workplace culture is a delicate thing -- it's hard to build, easy to lose.

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5 Questions to Help Manage Your Toughest Problems at Work

By Joseph L. Badaracco

Gray areas are basically organizational versions of the classic Gordian knot. That is, they are dense tangles of important, complicated, and uncertain considerations.

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Hiring For Cultural Fit - It's Sacrificing Short-Term Benefit For Long-Term Gain (Video)

By John Hollon

Zappos is one of those companies that seems to get a lot of media attention no matter what they do.

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5 Unspoken Rules That Every Manager Needs to Know

By Karlyn Borysenko

There are unspoken rules that exist in the workplace that colleges don’t teach and HR rarely trains on—and those rules are a powerful influence of who advances and who does not.

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