Republicans are using employee achievement awards and parking benefits to pay for a corporate tax cut.
Your staff may be more productive. It's hard to dispute the fact that hunger tends to creep up throughout the day, especially
A cheeky "extra dinner on expenses" here, a few color copies of your résumé on the old work copier there... Hell, who's gonna notice? Answer: Your Boss. And that's when little perks turn into big-ass career problems. Here's why the most tempting freebies could land you in more shit than you think.
Many of us believe that if you want to innovate in tech, you must move to Silicon Valley. As a homeowner and small business owner in the city of Philadelphia, I am always on the lookout for local innovation.
Companies are mistaken if they believe that the key to employee satisfaction and retention is simply offering a lot of free stuff. Perks are great, but great employees don't stay at a company just because they get great benefits (or even great compensation). Great employees are driven by three things.
We are all too familiar with the sinking feeling of Sunday evening. After indulging in a life-giving weekend full of things we love, we are now hours away from reentering the corporate race. When did it all go so wrong?
This should be obvious by now, but some companies still don't realize that if they treat workers well, good things will happen.
I have worked at other companies where just leaving my desk to grab a quick bite to eat would leave me riddled with guilt. The reality is, if we aren't taking care of ourselves, productivity and creativity suffer.
There are careers you get into for the money, like plastic surgery or whatever it is Warren Buffett does, and there're jobs you get into for the free swag.
Herein lies the basic disconnect: The young, new graduates are suffering from the grand misconception that merely graduating entitles them to a fabulous career. You do not graduate and get a CAREER. You get a job.