• How to Help Frazzled Employees Refuel for Another Stretch of Uncertainty
    Adrenaline got you through the first six months of the pandemic, compassion will get you through the next six months. Written by Lindsay Blakely, Managing Editor, Inc.com Several months into the pandemic, Peter Newell’s Palo Alto, California-based innovation consulting firm BMNT hadn’t skipped a beat. Business was up as more clients sought its advice on how to
  • The Legal Buzz – Benefits for Workers
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  • 7 of the Most Irritating Things Job Seekers Wish Companies Would Change About the Hiring Process
    Want to hire the best job candidate possible? I asked 1 million-plus LinkedIn followers to share the biggest mistakes companies make. by Jeff Haden, Contributing Editor, Inc. Most small business owners (and, by extension, hiring companies) view the hiring process solely from their perspective. Applications, interviews, follow-up, job offers… everything is designed to make hiring the perfect candidate easy for
  • The Ancient Greeks Had a Word for the Specific Kind of Bad You’re Feeling Right Now
    Listless and unable to motivate yourself to get your work and other things done? That’s ‘acedia.’ by Jessica Stillman, Contributor, Inc.com A scholar of the fifth century is probably the last person you’d think to look to for a description of our modern woes in the time of coronavirus. But writing on The Conversation recently, Australian Catholic University’s
  • After Years of Research, Google Discovered the Secret Weapon to Building a Great Team. It’s a Lesson in Emotional Intelligence
    Years of research provide a major clue as to how to get the most out of your team. BY JUSTIN BARISO, AUTHOR, EQ APPLIED, AT INC.COM Great companies are made up of great teams. It’s one thing to hire a bunch of rock stars, but it’s a completely different thing to get those stars to work