Much has been said about millennials in the workforce — like they’re entitled, lazy, job-hoppers who have no career aspirations. Or that businesses are baffled by how to coddle and sell to an infuriating generation of privileged narcissists. It’s time to flip the script.
Learn the patterns that eventually lead startups toward the path of failure — so you don’t make the same mistakes.
It’s amazing how much remote work can change you for the better — here are seven things I noticed after just one month of telecommuting.
Since its inception, Google has been refining its employee perks to create a positive and highly productive environmen. The resulting employee satisfaction has helped propel the company into one of the most valuable — parent company Alphabet has a value of $650.79 billion as of this writing. However, plenty of companies have done the opposite of what… Read More »
Sometimes the sheer clarity of hindsight is like life’s annoying way of saying, “I told you so!” Looking in the rearview mirror to see what went wrong is integral to learning from our mistakes, but we often wish for hindsight’s clear vision when we’re forging our way forward.
A new kind of perk is emerging, and remote companies are leading the way. These perks are designed for holistic, long-term health and happiness for the employee.
Working for uninterrupted hours on end — especially if done sitting down — can be terrible for your health, which is ultimately a productivity killer. Thankfully, researchers have uncovered a lot about the best ways to take a break. Here’s what to do with one that lasts 15 minutes.