Tag Archives: Employee Satisfaction

Intimidation: An Attention-Grabber for Coaching Football, but a Flag for Coaching Employees

Ver la versión en español aquí It’s the most wonderful time of the year … football season! In my house, it’s all football, all the time – college football (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday), pro football (Sunday, Monday and Thursday), NFL Total Access, ESPN Game Day etc. My husband and I even watched HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” … Continue Reading

Florida Legislative Development: Corporations For The “Socially-Minded”

Ver la versión en español aquí Many employees enjoy working for employers who “do good” in the world. Making money is important but not the sole concern. Many companies and their employees are involved in charities. However, a growing number of employers are making a profit while also focusing on social and environmental concerns. We think … Continue Reading

Flexible Workplace: What’s in a Name?

Many companies tout themselves as a “flexible workplace.” But what exactly does that mean? Does the company permit employees to have a regular telecommuting schedule or just work from home occasionally? Does the company offer modified start and stop times or compressed workweeks? All of these options and more can be components of a flexible … Continue Reading

By The Numbers: How Working Moms & Dads Compare in Salary and Job Satisfaction

CareerBuilder.com has released its “Mother’s Day Survey” comparing working moms and dads in categories such as salary, title, and job satisfaction. The conclusion: “While salary data indicates that female breadwinners may have a tougher time making ends meet, working moms in general tend to be happier in their jobs.” The study was conducted between February … Continue Reading
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