The need for high-skilled workers is growing faster than the pool of available candidates. Check out our latest infographic to learn more about how this could affect both employers and employees. Continue reading
In a market where unemployment levels are so low and new jobs are plentiful, candidates have the upper hand. Many workers are realizing the abundance of opportunities available to them. Most professionals no longer have to go out of their way to hunt for jobs. Rather, recruiters are reaching out to them through LinkedIn, alumni networks, and other professional associations.
Tenure, skills, and prior successes may lead to a managerial position, but it does not mean that it will produce good leadership. Continue reading
Meetings are valuable because they encourage communication, providing a place for team members to get a say. However, when attendees don’t get this chance, they might walk away feeling like the meeting was a waste. Unfortunately, certain scenarios can make people uncomfortable speaking up. Continue reading
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, has a curious rule for meetings. He doesn’t plan any meetings in which two pizzas aren’t enough to feed everyone (Inc). Despite the company’s gargantuan size (it counted on more than half a million employees in 2017), Bezos sticks steadfastly to his two-pizza rule. Continue reading
As you learned in our last post, meetings can quickly become a money-waster. But does that mean companies should scratch meetings completely? Well, no.
The average employee attends 62 meetings per month—yet nearly half (47%) consider meetings to be the top time-waster at the office (Atlassian). Unproductive and unstructured meetings have become a constant in the workplace—and the drain on company resources can be surprising. Continue reading