A ping pong table in the office may sound like a great perk. But, is it actually a benefit? Does it create an environment where employees truly feel valued or does it do exactly the opposite?
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We’ve all heard and/or experienced how artwork can inspire creativity. But, what about productivity? According to one source, art can unlock serious potential in the office.
Ever wonder if you have a reputation at the office? It’s a basic question that surely many of us have pondered. Followed by the thought, “If I do, what exactly is it?”
Here’s a quick tidbit for those contemplating whether or not to blog today. Your worst business blog post is 100% better than the ones never posted!
The ongoing battle with our inbox is just that . . . a never ending match between receiving and deleting emails. And, despite the cheery intention that some messages contain, it’s hard to understand why junk mail is intentionally forwarded by people.
I’m always skeptical of “universal truths” and other absolute statements. But a post from the Refresh Leadership Blog offers five great ideas for people who want to be successful.
Today’s guest post from Randall Gates is all about quality management software. After you read this, check out the counterpoint from our own Robby Slaughter.
Here in Central Indiana, few businesses are known for being as progressive about how they treat employees as SpinWeb. Company President/CEO Michael Reynolds explains how this works in today’s guest post.
Perhaps there used to be jobs which didn’t require “wearing multiple hats,” but these days virtually every professional role requires task switching. You may be helping multiple different customers or juggling different projects. What’s the best way to get the most done when you have many wildly different things to do?