Messy, high-profile office love affairs have made front page headlines recently, but where should companies draw the line between respecting employees’ privacy and protecting the company’s reputation?
Some companies have meeting-free days, others limit attendance, but almost everyone agrees: meetings need to be fewer and shorter.
Technology has made it easier to communicate outside normal working hours, but what are the limits?
Child care and flexible hours might be the main concern for parents and employers, but getting back up to speed and working confidently in a rapidly evolving workplace is another key issue.
Ethical dilemmas are often more complex in the real world than they are in theory, but using some imagination can provide the right resolutions.
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We’ve all come across them in the workplace – those zealous, diligent and systematic people who stick to the rules and don’t adapt to new ideas. They are often very good at their jobs, so how do you work with inflexible colleagues?
Ever dream of working in an office with serious wow factor? Well, take your pick. Modern workplace design is becoming far more adventurous to attract star talent. However, be prepared to work anywhere, walk everywhere and fill out wellness surveys, all part of the latest design trends.
Not all published research studies are created equal, so put them to a pressure test before you take their findings on board.
Recently I was asked to single out the leadership challenge I think inexperienced managers struggle with the most.