Study: Checking E-mail 24/7 New Normal for Workers
Whether they are at a wedding, a funeral, or while their spouse is in labor, more and more people are accessing work-related e-mail to communicate about work, thanks to the prevalence of smartphones, according to a new study.
Spark change through the appreciative inquiry process to help companies build on their strengths.
Harness the power of customers in hiring, training, rewarding and managing employees.
Lining Up Line Workers
Three electrical utilities' planning keeps them out in front of their labor needs.
Need Funding for Safety Training?
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is offering to fund your safety training program. OSHA is giving away $1.5 million in grants for training and education as part of the agency’s Susan Harwood Training Grant Program.
Blending Dissimilar Corporate Cultures
Successful mergers require objectivity and a willingness to listen when it comes to blending corporate cultures.
Worker Retention Key in Divestitures
Most executives of companies that have divested a business consider employee retention key to a successful transaction, but many companies aren’t using the most effective techniques to keep workers on board.
Best Workplaces for Multicultural Women
At PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, senior partners regularly pair up with women of color who are managers or directors and begin grooming them for more responsibility.
Constant Connectedness Raises Issues for Employers
ASTD Presents Achievement Awards