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Cubicle work environments are doing more harm than good.

4 min read

Companies are scrapping cubicles for an open office layout, boosting employee productivity and motivation. Can you imagine spending eight hours a day in a small box, only leaving to use the restroom, grab a bite to eat, or make copies? Sounds pretty dreadful. The unfortunate truth is that most office workers are trapped in such…

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Benefits of a happy brain: Positive employees are more productive employees

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The advantages of a “happy” brain are abundant.

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The benefits of joining a professional organization

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No matter what level of employment a worker labors at—whether the most menial of occupations or a position requiring the highest level of education, experience, and skills—there are almost certainly one or more professional organizations they are qualified to be a member of.

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Solving for ‘g’: Getting value from cognitive ability tests

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By Greg Barnett, PhD

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Re-evaluating performance evaluations: Four best practices

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4 tips to integrate remote teams

How to stay motivated (and productive) when working remotely

3 min read

Fifty-four percent of companies offer remote work opportunities. Here are five tips to stay motivated and productive when working remotely.

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Hiring the whole candidate is key to a sound talent strategy.

Top 5 recruiting and hiring mistakes that HR often makes

6 min read

Hiring mistakes not only waste time and money – they can also impact company morale. Having a refined recruiting and hiring process is crucial to the success of any organization. It’s important to know what pitfalls to avoid when selecting candidates, in the interest of ultimately bringing the best employees for your company on board.  The…

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The hidden costs of mediocre employees

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Groundbreaking companies cannot be built on the efforts of mediocre employees. It is absolutely shocking the number of large firms that languish while they put off eliminating underperforming employees. Even worse, those employees who just tread water, who stay out of trouble, meet their quotas, complete their assignments but never use their imagination – never…

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5 ways the PI Behavioral Assessment predicts fitness habits

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By Sarah Mulvey

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