The New Work-Life Balance
If you look up the history of work–life balance, you’ll find different takes on the concept’s origins. Many people give credit to Robert Owen, a Welsh manufacturer and the “father of British Socialism,” who decided that labor practices in the early 1800s were too demanding, and so started advocating for a balanced …
Strategy + Business

 

How To Recreate Your Career And Start Over
Making a career change can seem all-encompassing. When you’ve spent a long enough duration at a company or in a particular field, change can not only …
Entrepreneur

 

Every Leader Needs A Dashboard
About 10 years ago, researchers at Princeton University rounded up four volunteers and 19 lab rats to determine how information quality affects …
Forbes

 

The Most-Regretted (And Lowest-Paying) College Majors
Nearly 2 in 5 American adults have major regrets. That is, they regret their college major. The regretters include a healthy population of liberal arts …
The Washington Post

 

Measure The Health Of Your Tech Team In A Remote Working Set-Up
Many companies modified their fundamental operations in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic to survive, and many also shifted their whole workforce …
People Matters

 

This Simple Reframe Can Help Your Résumé Stand Out
If you’re using the traditional résumé format, you’re putting the emphasis on the roles you’ve held, with a chronological list of your jobs and the …
Fast Company

 

Avoid Culture Clashes And The Fall Of Mergers
As with any marriage, corporate or individual, differences are bound to create friction. But when the marriage in question is a billion-dollar merger …
Industry Leaders

 

Neurodiversity: Unleash The Power Of A Cognitively Diverse Workforce
Nowadays, companies value the diversity of age, race, gender and culture in the workplace. Having a wealth of experiences from different people brings …
People Matters

 

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