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The Great Workplace 2.0
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2012.09.25

The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.

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2010.09.13

Employment agencies, screeners get a lot of resumes — keep yours brief.

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2010.09.09

Not so very long ago first generation immigrants set the standard for what was known as the great American work ethic. Do we still have that standard? What are employers really seaking when choosing their next employee?

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2010.09.03

The beauty of mathmatics and its relationship to work.

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2010.09.02

By: Robert I. Sutton, PhD September 2, 2010. RePosted from Fast Company Blog, 9.2.10

RAS comment: We went through this recently with a longer term employee becoming a Narcissistic Icon. It was painful, debilitating for the other great employees, and worst of all, the guy didn’t even know how he was affecting others/ did not see it in himself. He truly thought the world turned on his axis.

For those managers worried they are staffing their teams with a bunch of jerks, we have this handy quiz! Answer truthfully and learn if you are a leader of obnoxious superstars.

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2010.09.01

Having solid criteria for granting credit to a new client is a sound business practice. TGW’s Abacus gives tips on what to look for when doing so.

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2010.08.31

Leadership not only sets the example they set the tone. Checking your company’s mental health is part of that leadership role. How is the morale of your staff these days?

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