Next-Gen Leaders: Weekly Roundup 4/4 – 4/8
When a customer applies for a job at a company and isn’t hired, their business can be lost if the company handles the rejection poorly. Multiply that by a few hundred or thousand, and you see why companies are taking the manner in which they say “no” more seriously.
There’s been an increase in the number of social media comments criticizing companies’ interview processes. Protecting a company’s reputation online just got more complicated.
Managers expected to “voluntarily” chip in to cover the costs of their employees participation at mandatory company social occasions are essentially getting n unannounced pay cut. What can they do about it?
As more robots and machines enter the workplace, managers are realizing they need to acquire unique skills for support their new “employees” to the same degree that they support their human staff.
A insightful person who loves being a manager shares some of the unexpected lessons she’s learned on the job.
A new study from the University of Minnesota statistically confirms that companies benefit when they implement flexible work schedules and work environments.