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Earnings season kicks off with Alcoa’s after-the-bell report Tuesday, against the backdrop of a stock market pull back, which has shaved 3.3 percent off the S&P 500 since April 2.
As more legal and illegal immigrants stay home, there is concern about how it will affect the US labor pool, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
"Managers drive for conformity and consistency and dutifully, we show up to work the same time each morning in khakis and polo shirts, conforming to the “business casual” dress codes. But is this really the best way to run our businesses? Maybe we have it exactly wrong," writes the author.
The author writes, "Greg Smith’s resignation letter from Goldman Sachs published in The New York Times has happily opened a dialogue about the significance of trust in the workplace—whether toxic, transformational, or somewhere in between."
Stocks come off their worst week of the new year with investors wondering if the bull market will keep running — or lay down and take a nap.
March’s disappointing jobs report shows the reversal of warm weather hiring, but also some troubling trends that are already sparking talk of more Federal Reserve easing.
The jobs report will be released Friday, even though the market is closed for Good Friday. The market is expecting to see another 200,000+ month—another sign that the job market is improving.
See the brands that defied conventional wisdom and came back after everyone counted them out.
Good news! Wage growth just hit a three-year high. If you're like Cuba Gooding Jr. in "Jerry Maguire," saying "SHOW ME THE MONEY!" we've got the jobs right here that are seeing the most wage growth and will SHOW. YOU. THE MONEY.
I realized that my original knee-jerk reaction as a financial journalist to the JOBS Act was wrong. In the ideal world of more transparency, as financial journalism by its nature tends to encourage, less regulation of the financial markets is generally a bad idea.
This blogger is on a campaign to bring professional courtesy back into the workplace.
Is it possible to as the author writes, "Engineer Happiness?"
Most stress is about change, whether good or bad. So how do you handle stress?
Tempting as it may be, you should resist the impulse to follow Greg Smith’s lead when leaving your job – assuming you still wish have a career that is.
The stock market will be closed this Friday in observance of Good Friday, but the government is still scheduled to release its March jobs report at the end of the week.
In this book excerpt the author writes, "This book is for you whether you are a highly accomplished leader, perhaps the CEO of a large company, or an emerging leader who wants to understand how the best leaders infuse valuable energy into their organization."
The author writes, "We live in a service economy. We give more of our money to companies that get service right. We make serious commitments to take care of our customers, and yet we’re still, for the most part, falling short. Service excellence is rare."
Since it opened its first store on May 19, 2001, Apple has redefined the customer experience and built unprecedented customer loyalty. A big part of Apple’s success is its commitment to training all of its employees to follow the “five steps of service” in every interaction.
A bad interviewer can do damage to a company’s reputation, not to mention inadvertently lose potential talent.
The author writes, "Our fixation is on leaders. We assume that they have the keys to the kingdom, that they have most if not all of the power and influence, and that they make the decisions that most matter. Wrong."
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Army recruits are getting older, with fewer going straight from high school to boot camp, The Fiscal Times reports.
Durable goods surged unexpectedly in March, but jobless claims followed suit.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in April though the rate of growth was slightly lower than expected as inventories fell.