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Speak Up! Dissension Is Key to Successful Teamwork
By Business News Daily Editor | March 06, 2020

Having someone on your team who can subtly express diverging opinions can pay big dividends.

6 Things Employees Want to Hear From Their Bosses
By Business News Daily Editor | March 06, 2020

Are you the type of boss who commends your employees for their contributions, meets with them one-on-one and takes an active interest in their lives?

Microsoft Workplace Analytics: How Your Business Can Benefit
By Business News Daily Editor | March 05, 2020

Technology in the workplace can both help and hinder efficiency. Microsoft Workplace Analytics seeks to help your team sift out the distractions for more productivity.

Top Performers Behaving Badly? Don't Let It Slide
By Business News Daily Editor | February 24, 2020

High-performing employees can get away with bad behavior because employers often believe their production outweighs their wrongdoings.

How to Best Lead a Multicultural or International Team
By Business News Daily Editor | February 19, 2020

Researchers offer a number of tips for how to get the most out of a diverse, multicultural team, whether it's in your office or across global borders.

What Does Poor Onboarding Really Do to Your Team?
By Business News Daily Editor | February 18, 2020

More than one-third of employers don't have a thorough, structured onboarding process for new hires. Read more about the negative implications of that here.

How to Use Personality Tests to Unify Your Team
By Business News Daily Editor | February 13, 2020

Personality tests can be great tools for managers who want to improve company culture.

Can Football's Wonderlic Test Predict Overall Job Performance?
By Business News Daily Editor | February 13, 2020

The Wonderlic test questions get progressively more difficult to ascertain one's general cognitive ability.

Want a Better Workplace? Encourage Employees to Volunteer
By Business News Daily Editor | February 12, 2020

A new study finds that creating a culture that encourages volunteering can help employers boost employee morale, workplace atmosphere and brand perception.

Can You Avoid Talking Politics at Work?
By Andrew Martins | February 06, 2020

With the 2020 election around the corner, workplaces are struggling to keep political conversations civil and productive.

Wages Keep Growing While Job Growth Remains Stagnant
By Andrew Martins | February 04, 2020

New employment data from Paychex and IHS Markit highlights continued wage growth amid a tight labor market.

Get Your Facts Straight: The Truth About Background Checks
By Skye Schooley | January 29, 2020

Believing these common misconceptions about background checks can lead to poor hiring decisions.

Study Finds SMBs Hurt by Daily Commutes
By Andrew Martins | December 19, 2019

Allowing employees to work remotely can save your SMB thousands of dollars per year.

U.S. Employees Want On-Demand Pay Schedules
By Andrew Martins | December 18, 2019

A recent study suggests that most U.S. workers want to change how they get paid.

Employee Retention Is Vital to the Healthcare Industry
By Andrew Martins | December 17, 2019

Researchers learn how important employee retention is to the healthcare industry.

Hiring Veterans? What Employers Need to Know
By Julianna Lopez | November 11, 2019

Are you considering hiring veterans for your small business? Here are some things you should know.

Falling Back May Disrupt Your Whole Week
By Marisa Sanfilippo | November 03, 2019

Daylight saving time is ending. Here's how to avoid letting the changing clocks disrupt your productivity.

Want Top Talent? Give Employees the Flexibility They Seek
By Joshua Stowers | October 31, 2019

Want to improve employee satisfaction and productivity? Offer workplace flexibility.

Exempt vs. Nonexempt: What Is the Difference?
By Skye Schooley | October 30, 2019

Learn the difference between hiring exempt and nonexempt employees for your business.

Tips for Recruiting on College Campuses
By Joshua Stowers | October 23, 2019

Looking to hire recent college graduates? Learn how to recruit the right new employees.

How to Stay Competitive in Tech Recruiting
By Derek Walter | September 05, 2019

Today's top tech workers want more than just a good paycheck. Find out how to win the industry talent war.

Unhappy Employees Affect Hiring Efforts
By Andrew Martins | August 15, 2019

A new study says poor employee morale can affect a candidate's interest despite good pay.

Casual Discrimination in American Workplaces
By Andrew Martins | July 19, 2019

A study examined how political views and other factors impact office dynamics.

The Pros and Cons of Hiring Your Children in Your Small Business
By Julianna Lopez | July 14, 2019

Find out the benefits and risks of hiring your children.

International Survey Suggests Workers Care More for Company Culture Than Salary
By Andrew Martins | July 11, 2019

Leadership and career opportunities also ranked highly in Glassdoor's recent survey.

9 Common Business Lawsuits You May Face
By Heather Larson | July 10, 2019

Do what you can now so your company doesn't wind up in federal or small claims courts.

Monthly Jobs Data Shows Slight Slowdown in Small Business Growth
By Andrew Martins | July 08, 2019

SMBs are hiring but struggle to find skilled workers, according to a monthly jobs report.

Smart Recruiting Strategies for Hiring
By Bennett Conlin | July 08, 2019

Take advantage of referrals to improve your hiring strategy.

Recruiting in the Age of Well-Informed Job Candidates
By Skye Schooley | July 07, 2019

Use up-to-date recruiting technology and techniques to attract and retain top talent.

Emotional Intelligence Skills in Hiring: How to Spot Them
By Chad Brooks | July 05, 2019

Emotionally intelligent employees and managers bring tremendous value to companies.