This Week in Business Strategies
Nov. 25, 2019—To better assist shop owners with their production management, marketing tactics and leadership styles, Ratchet+Wrench has compiled a short list of essential business-building material from some of its favorite sources.
You can be the smartest person in the room every time, but if you don't know how to connect with people, their emotions and what's important to them, you won't be leading anyone, anywhere, anytime soon.
The Unexpected Benefits of Pursuing a Passion Outside of Work – Harvard Business Review
A recent study found that young people rank achieving their career passion as their highest priority — above making money or getting married. Finding a fulfilling job was deemed nearly three times more important than having a family by the teenage respondents. But, for many people, this simply isn’t feasible.
How to Succeed in 2020 – Entrepreneur
Trust the advice of these 12 experts and entrepreneurs—who highlight the trends and topics that will impact the year ahead—and get ready for a successful 2020, and beyond.
You Don't Have to Spend Big to Train Employees – Fast Company
Organizations that prioritize employee development earn median revenues of $169,100 per person, while staff at companies that don’t highlight training make $82,800.
If an employer is considering not providing a reference, they need to be aware that if the reason for not giving a reference can be linked with a protected characteristic, or because an employee has previously brought some form of discrimination claim, an employee might have a potential discrimination or victimisation claim.