Week In Review
Forbes Wrote This Week About the Expanding Office and Remote Workers
“Over the past five years, the number of companies offering flexible workplace options has grown by 40%, although only 7% of companies in the U.S. make remote work available to most employees, according to Global Workplace Analytics.”
Ladders Taught Us How to Motivate Others
“The best pep talk is reminding someone what they already know about themselves, based on your knowledge of them.”
Entrepreneur Warned Us About Employee Fatigue
“…by fixing processes and hiring more of the right people, you can control at least part of what makes the difference between level-headed employees and overwhelmed, unproductive ones.”
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