The basic company structure usually puts owners at the top of the hierarchy while constituents line up below them. However, there is another organizational scheme that allows constituents to run the trade. We call companies of such nature “employee-owned and operated.”
Whether you’re searching for a job or creating a job posting for a new position at your company, you’ve likely come across certain terms or phrases in the human resources world. Maybe you’ve come across them too much. So much so that you roll your eyes when you read them. In job postings, maybe that […]
The traditional workplace is changing. Many workers want more than just a wage-earning job. Many employees want their work to be meaningful. They want to know how they fit into a company in the larger sense. They want a more welcoming, positive, and engaging workplace culture.
Succeeding in business has a lot to do with assembling the right people to do the job and positioning them in a way that raises the company’s competitive advantage.
What is open-book management? Open-book management is a management style where — you guessed it — company leadership acts as an “open book” by sharing important financial information with their employees.
What do you picture when you hear the word “leader”? How do we know a good leader from a bad one? Theories on leadership and management are continuously transforming as employees and industries change over time. In the past, people believed that leaders are born, not made. For instance, Great Man Theory of Leadership and […]
Expectations—organizations and employees have them. The expectations of both sides align when companies have specific job descriptions for the various positions that make up the organization.
A goal orientation is a representation of a type of goal an individual is likely to be intrinsically motivated by. In business, using goal orientation is a strategy that guides how a company operates.