Here is my time line: 10:00 AM – MC Arrives for set up with speakers, music, microphone, projector, and screen 11:20 – Employees start to take their seats (background music plays) 11:30 – MC welcomes everyone and goes over the schedule of events. (If there are additional talking points as to the “why” please give… Read More »
By: Michael Lipson Problems at work take many forms, but they are alike in one way: they tend to be repetitive. No one complains because their boss was angry one time or a colleague failed to pitch in once. Almost all the offenders who come to the attention of HR are repeat offenders. And boring meetings tend… Read More »
Most state and local governments are under constant pressure to reduce operating costs and increase productivity while empowering and engaging employees. These steps help agencies provide exceptional citizen services and programs. Read more here
2016 has finally arrived, and with it comes the predictions of what employers can expect for the following year. Last year saw rises in paid sick leave laws, gender equality issues, and proposed overtime regulations. What will 2016 have in store? Executive Vice President of Staples Advantage North America, Neil Ringel, offers insights into the… Read More »
The U.S. building industry is under increasing pressure to deliver high-performance buildings to meet the needs of owners, occupants, and the government. Owners and contractors are looking for opportunities to improve certainty in schedule, performance, and cost while managing risks. At the same time, there is an increasing concern from multiple segments of the industry… Read More »
Tech.co wrote a great piece about using tech to manage employee productivity recently. Read it here
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