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The glass ceiling is real - here are 10 things you can do to take a hammer to it
Don Charlton, CEO of recruiting platform Jazz, breaks down the numbers and explains why you would (or wouldn't) decide to give a raise.
Even Google is suggesting it's OK to jump ship.
Want to Be Smarter and More Emotionally Intelligent, and to Laugh More? Start Reading These 10 Writers Today
A shout-out to a few who have inspired me. I hope they do the same for you.
Twitter failed to add users at a quick enough pace for investors in the second quarter even as revenue grew sharply, feeding concerns about whether it can ever become a mass-market service like Facebook or Google.
Michael Alter, CEO of The Tie Bar, says that your revenue and customers will help you to choose a prime location for your business.
The 'secret' to finding better customers and reducing churn isn't a secret at all -- it's in your data. The challenge is creating a process around it.
With Windows 10, everyone gets along.
Buffer, the social media management company, is on a quest to create a self-managed workplace culture. Talk about transparency.
A survey of owners found that 22 percent believe the economy is better than it was six months ago, down from 35 percent in a survey taken in December.
Trying to please everyone can cause you to lose sight of your goals.
Consumers have nearly 4 million apps to choose from. Here's how to vet your idea to see if it can compete.
And what you can do to break free.
Stop worrying about leaving your legacy and spend more time living it. Here are three things you can do today.
When your boss is turning to your peer for input on your work, can you push back?
How to Eliminate Office Politics So Employees Can Focus on Meaningful Work
Here's a fool-proof way to identify your influencers and get them talking...about you!
Can you really work in a camper? It depends greatly on the camper.
It doesn't matter how good your leadership, plan, or team is. Sooner or later, you're bound to run into trouble. When it happens, truly successful leaders are ready to bring everything back into line.