Making unpopular decisions. Managing conflict. Receiving negative feedback. They make us uncomfortable, but they have a secret benefit. Find out what it is. Finish Article
Set worthy — and clear — objectives Gather intelligence, including market research and competitive analysis Create sound tactical plans for achieving goals Use every available asset when pursuing objectives Remain highly visible, especially when things become difficult Source: http://www.inc.com/bill-murphy-jr/23-things-great-leaders-always-do.html
Fact of the Month In April of 2016, San Francisco became the first city in the U.S. to approve six weeks of fully paid leave for new parents. The ordinance goes into effect January 1, 2017, for companies with more than 50 employees (and a year later for those with 20 or more workers).
Board Reinstates 2000 M.B. Sturgis Decision Sweeping aside legal precedent that had stood for more than 10 years, the U.S. National Labor Relations Board today ruled, in the case of Miller & Anderson Inc., that staffing firm temporary employees can be included in a client’s existing bargaining unit without staffing firm and client consent, so […]