The word “diversity” can have a bad reputation sometimes, but it really shouldn’t. Part of the problem might come from people who aren’t quite sure what the word means or fear that another group gaining positive recognition means that they have to lose something.
When you hear New Year’s resolutions, most people think gym membership or cutting back on the cookies.
The hilarious aspects of office speak often come about if the statements are taken literally. This piece seeks to discuss some of the most common office clichés and their actual meaning.
It takes a lot to keep employees around. Gone are the days when a good salary and a solid benefits package would attract loyal workers. Today’s employees want better work/life balance, flexible hours and the ability to enjoy life once in awhile.
Building a happy office culture is part of maintaining a thriving business. If the morale is low at the office, you risk employees cutting corners, or even leaving the company. Fortunately, there are many methods of building a happy office culture. Here are just a few.
If you want your office to boost performance, look into letting your employees listen to music, having a little fun, enhanced privacy, and a sense of comfort.