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Management skills checklist: Which do you do well?

01/25/2019
The most effective managers demonstrate a very specific set of skills and behaviors in the workplace. New research by MindTools and the London Business School identified these core skills that the best managers master.

A 2020 view of employee-benefit tech trends

01/25/2019
Technology continues to put the power to manage benefits into employees’ hands. Here are three trends to watch for, according to a PlanSource, a cloud-based benefits administrator.

8 great HR & management trends for 2019

01/25/2019
Here are eight key workplace trends to plan for in 2019, according to David Hassell, CEO of performance management firm 15Five.

Become a better manager with this 15-minute daily habit

01/25/2019
A daily self-assessment practice may be the most impactful growth tool you can use to be a more effective, more fulfilled manager.

Simple ways to remove wordiness

01/23/2019
Follow these steps to remove word clutter from your messages.

Be helpful, not condescending

01/23/2019
A thin line exists between offering advice and being condescending. Follow this advice to make sure you aren’t the latter.

Reining in Cupid during office hours

01/23/2019
What can you do if you’re hit by cupid’s arrow at work? Follow these rules to avoid a messy situation.

Where to focus safety efforts to avoid most costly injuries?

01/17/2019
Workplace injuries cost U.S. businesses $1 billion each week in workers’ compensation costs.

Flu could cost employers $17 billion this season

01/15/2019
While it is difficult for the CDC to predict flu severity, the staffing firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas estimates absences due to influenza could cost employers more than $17 billion in lost productivity this season.

Snapshot: Contingent workforce in 2020

01/15/2019
How much of the workforce is made up of contingent workers?