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Every once in a blue moon, you’ll come across a very special employee. You may even catch yourself telling them "I wish I could clone you" - and sincerely meant it. Happily, you can avoid the mess of cloning and implement the next best thing:...

Many HR managers across the country are bearing the brunt of a business environment driven by historically low unemployment. The dismaying lack of qualified candidates has prompted a broader search to some pretty unlikely places, including prison. The scramble for new talent, coupled with the phenomenon...

I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal which shed light on the reality of the way people feel about networking. The conclusion was that many people feel inauthentic, taxed and overall “icky” about the whole process. Those trying to move up and...

Sixty percent of millennials leave their jobs in less than three years because they don’t think they have the opportunity to advance. With replacement costing up to six times an employee’s annual salary, that lack of retention has a significant effect on a company’s bottom line....

Technology continues to advance at an exponential rate, and businesses are struggling to keep up. One way to stay relevant in a crowded, sophisticated marketplace is to employ workers who can emulate the dizzying pace of progress. That isn’t as difficult as it sounds. It...

Loneliness is a modern-day epidemic with a significant business impact, costing countries like the U.K. and the U.S. billions of dollars per year. Lonely workers voluntarily change jobs more often, experience less career satisfaction, receive fewer promotions, and perform more poorly than their peers, according to...