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By implementing the strategy, you can help your company attract and retain the best talent.
'You're fired.' Before you even think of uttering those words, you'd better be sure they'll stand up in court.
Use the web tool IFTTT to automatically email you notes or even bail you out of a bad interview.
The tech company kicks off what it calls thew Global Entrepreneurship Call to Action.
Created by IPsoft, the virtual agent avatar can absorb in seconds the same instruction manuals that human employees spend weeks memorizing.
While positive feedback encourages people to continue doing what they do well, it's the constructive feedback that helps people -- and businesses -- grow.
Who needs an accountant when there is such a wide array of online services available?
Coke and Pepsi, look out. Zevia has its eye on you.
Should brands seek to bring on as many followers on as many platforms as possible?
In a wide-ranging interview, CEO Mark Fields talked about his strategy and plans to deal with challenges from Google, Uber and ... China.
Delegate. Delegate. Delegate some more.
One building boldly goes where no building has gone before.
The social network is rumored to be exploring an all-stock deal that would value the social news reader at more than $1 billion.
How to attract and retain the team you need is evolving as rapidly as the rest of the business world.
You've only got about 30 seconds to land a great first impression, and your elevator pitch is the best tool to get the job done.
Meshly joins the ranks of startups that aim to be the Tinder of professional connections.
These policies are a great deal for those that offer them, but they are a terrible deal for the consumer.
Imagine a Google-made stuffed robot listening, watching, sensing your every move.
Developing this one skill can help your startup become successful.
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