Corporate Culture

9 Ways to Make Your Company More Creative

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Without innovation, you'll soon get left behind. How to generate great ideas within your business

Why You Shouldn’t Force Employees to Take Time Off


Mandated vacations don't do workers any good. Instead, make your policies more flexible

What Employers Are Still Getting Wrong About Maternity Leave

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Women who take time off to have kids continue to face all kinds of subtle—and not-so-subtle—discrimination in the workplace

Why You Should Foster Workplace Friendships

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Closer social ties at work improve your employees' overall wellbeing, and helps you get more done, too. What you can do to encourage them

Why You Should Give Staff Any Job They Want

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Mandy Farmer set out to build a distinctive culture at her boutique hotel chain. Step one: letting employees pick their own titles

Where Startups Have the Hiring Upper Hand

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With their culture and agility, fintech upstarts are increasingly beating the banks to top talent. Why they're winning the recruitment battle

Why You Should Let Your Employees Elect Their Own Managers

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Bad leaders make good workers quit. How workplace democracy is helping companies up engagement

What It Takes to Build Organizational Diversity

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What We Learned in 2015: The federal cabinet got gender parity this year. Other organizations would do well to follow that lead

Why You Shouldn’t Go Easy in Interviews

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A new survey finds that employees are more satisfied at companies with strenuous—but not tortuous—interview processes

The Leadership Contract You Need to Sign

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Author and business strategist Vince Molinaro lays out the terms he believes modern leaders should agree to