In the final quarter of 2016, it was reported that productivity in the U.S. economy had increased 1.3%. There’s no doubt that productivity is one of the most important numbers for the growth of the economy.
As Women’s History Month wraps up, it feels like every company out there is touting their commitment to gender equality - but not everyone is walking the talk.
Are you having a bad week, tough month, or stressful start to the year? Or are you languishing in a truly toxic workplace? If these symptoms are apparent where you work, it's time to take action.
My boss, at the end of a grueling day of both physical and emotional exercise, sat the trainees down in a checkout circle and said, “Go home, get some rest. Practice a little self-care.” She then went around and asked each of us what we planned to do.
Would you tolerate sending your kids to school every day in a toxic classroom? Would you stand by as your best friend was subjected to a narcissist boss in a workplace that literally made them ill? Probably not. So why justify putting up with this sick status quo yourself?
Have you ever considered quitting your job without knowing what was next? It’s a bold move, no doubt about it. And that’s precisely what today’s #FierceFriday Feature is all about.
Making a mistake at work is a given. And since that’s the case, it’s advisable to have a recovery plan for moving forward. Here are five steps for picking yourself up after a mistake.