This list is packed full of the 10 most important ways to increase your productivity, with each point being clickable for further reading. It's a goldmine. Read More
>"We and no one else are totally responsibility for ourselves, our attitudes, our beliefs, our words, and our actions. Anytime we try to rationalize and justify our own behavior based on something someone else says or does, we are headed down a dead end road." Read More
When choosing a new HR system, there are certain things to look out for that will help you make a more informed decision as to whether or not you should trust a supplier with your employee’s personal data. When selecting an HR supplier, do you ask the following five questions? Read More
Are you affected by the London underground tube strike? We’ve renamed the London tube stations to something much more fitting. Read More
In high school, I ran my father’s drop store from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. during the weekdays.

I loved it because I got paid $12 per hour (which was a lot for kid who had no bills to pay) to do my homework since this was the slowest time of the day.

Since before I can remember I’ve never been one to Read More
It’s hard to argue the fact that in order to write well you need to read a lot. Any writer would agree that reading books of your favorite authors helps you find inspiration. And it’s not only because of the exciting plot or amazingly real characters, but mostly because of their unique writing styl Read More
Habits are very powerful, and can either be a very useful tool, or very detrimental in a lot of ways. They form a lot of what you do in everyday life – in fact, 50% of what you do on a daily basis is from your habits. Now that you know this, you can probably see the importance of being aware of you Read More
JULY 06, 2015 Leadership styles have been studied for decades and many types have been identified, but in essence, leadership boils down to two different styles: task-oriented and people-oriented leadership. The former is more focused on getting things done; the latter is more concerned with how pe Read More
Employee Engagement is an ethos, not a strategy
Building an engaged workforce is best when the commitment to engagement runs deeper within the DNA of the company. The engaged ethos is about an honest and sincere belief in the value and ability of your employees and their commitment to the company Read More
A mentor of mine once said that company culture was the thing that had the biggest impact on success, but sadly was given the least attention in most businesses. You should pay attention to your culture, because it impacts everything — especially revenue growth and profitability. Read More

5 Things Your Latino Employees Wish You Understood

Latino employees are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. workforce – in fact, by some estimates one in three working …

Matt Telfer @mattelfer Takes Practical Approach to Digital

Matt Telfer loves marketing. Though today he works for one of the U.K.'s largest domain and hosting companies, he … More
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