Next-Gen Leaders: Weekly Roundup 5/23 – 5/27
Since a majority of sales take place online these days, employees’ interest in creating the best possible customer experience there is more critical than ever. Fairsail CEO Adam Hale says that keeping your staff at the center of your strategy can give you a competitive advantage.
When a company initiated an internal burnout study, they didn’t expect 10% of their employees to quit after three weeks, or expect what workers suggested would help.
David Niu, founder of TINYpulse, explains why allowing staff to work at home can be counterproductive to the goal of maintaining a strong company culture.
On the other hand, this new research suggests that employees working at home are more likely to look after themselves.
Work dress codes and uniforms seem like they’re increasingly a thing of the past—except when they’re unexpectedly enforced—and a fun new exhibit at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology looks back on how they changed over time.
Sometimes, in spite of a company’s best effort, employees can slip to the margins, feeling disconnected and de-motivated. This article offers ideas from bringing suck workers in from the cold.