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How To Be Happy At Work [INFOGRAPHIC]

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LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman on the biggest lie employers tell employees

And vice versa.
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An Unconventional Solution To Filling The 5 Million Open U.S. Jobs

An Unconventional Solution To Filling The 5 Million Open U.S. Jobs | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
At the heart of the jobs-employment paradox is a lack of useful information. Why hiring should be more like buying a used car.
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What To Do When You Hate Your Job - In Photos: 10 Things To Do When You Hate Your Job

With so few jobs available during the recession, plenty of U.S. workers were holding on for dear life to ones they had--even if they were miserable. But now that things are improving, people who hate their work might be more inclined to do something about it.
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The Trouble With Grading Employees

The Trouble With Grading Employees | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Employee-performance ratings such as ‘meets expectations’ sap morale, but many companies, including Intel, aren’t sure they can do without them.
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Leave The Past Behind And Live In The Present Moment - Inspower.co

Leave The Past Behind And Live In The Present Moment - Inspower.co | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Since learning to live in the present moment and discard the past allows us to have more hope in life and be more positive, we tend to like to forget bad
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What to Do If You Feel Stuck in the Wrong Career

What to Do If You Feel Stuck in the Wrong Career | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
A Q&A with Patty McCord, former chief talent officer at Netflix.
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What Do Workers Want from the Boss?

What Do Workers Want from the Boss? | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
A new report from Gallup finds that employees wish their bosses guided them on goals and took interest in their personal lives.
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Why It’s Time We Paid Employees to Exercise at Work — Medium

Why It’s Time We Paid Employees to Exercise at Work — Medium | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Companies that sweat together, stay together
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Reinventing Performance Management

Reinventing Performance Management | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
How one company is rethinking peer feedback and the annual review, and trying to design a system to fuel improvement
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When an Employee Quits and You Didn’t See It Coming

When an Employee Quits and You Didn’t See It Coming | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Try to hide the shock.
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If you didn't see it coming you are too far removed

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The 8 most impressive questions you can ask in a job interview

The 8 most impressive questions you can ask in a job interview | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
"What's the most frustrating part of working here?"
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Stop Wasting Your Employees’ Time

Stop Wasting Your Employees’ Time | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Smartphones are not the problem—it’s bad management that people resent.
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Here’s how quickly interviewers decide whether or not to hire you

Here’s how quickly interviewers decide whether or not to hire you | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
It's pretty quick!
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10 books that will change how you think forever

10 books that will change how you think forever | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Speaking from experience, we think that this list of ten books by influential writers and thinkers in every field from psychology to economics just might change how you think about the world, work, other people, and yourself.
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8 Unsettling Facts About Horrible Bosses [Infographic] | Daily Infographic

8 Unsettling Facts About Horrible Bosses [Infographic] | Daily Infographic | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
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Here's a novel idea for candidates, just be yourself

Here's a novel idea for candidates, just be yourself | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Every day there are articles on how to answer questions in a job interview or how to write a killer resume, but they often overlook the fact that we need to be more like ourself rather than who interviewers want us to be.
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Why Millennials Understand The Future Of Work Better Than Anyone Else

Why Millennials Understand The Future Of Work Better Than Anyone Else | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
We can learn a lot about the future of work from how Millennials are approaching and redefining their careers.
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High cancer costs associated with better outcomes

High cancer costs associated with better outcomes | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Researchers say countries that spend the most on cancer care have better outcomes, but the explanation behind improved mortality is not clear.
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How To Make Meetings Better, Faster, And More Fun

How To Make Meetings Better, Faster, And More Fun | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
We've found three big ways to make meetings more enjoyable and productive. You can thank us later.
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The Hierarchy of Needs for Employee Engagement

The Hierarchy of Needs for Employee Engagement | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
How do Maslow's hierarchy of needs translate to employee engagement? Learn how survival, job security, belonging, importance and self-actualisation matter.
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Lingua Digitalis's curator insight, April 1, 4:11 AM

This is an effective visualisation - and a good starting point to realise that communication is a key aspect to enable employees to move towards the top!

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How To Boost Employee Happiness Without Spending Any Money

How To Boost Employee Happiness Without Spending Any Money | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
Bonuses and perks might make people happier in the short term, but they don't solve the underlying problem. Here's what does.
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How To Stop Stressing And Love Your Job

How To Stop Stressing And Love Your Job | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
The following is an excerpt from David Gelles's Mindful Work. In the book, Gelles discusses how meditation could be the key to happiness in the workplace. Exploring examples of effective mindfulness employed by businesses large and small, he shows ho...
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Bosses Who Love Themselves

Bosses Who Love Themselves | Managing people not cogs in a machine | Scoop.it
People who lack empathy and have grandiose views of themselves tend to have a damaging effect on all levels of business, researchers say.
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