| ||Is Remote Work Right for You?>|
Six questions to ask if you''re considering WFH.
| ||Understanding the Power of Intrinsic Motivation>|
You can use it to unlock your potential.
| ||Tips for Working with Your Romantic Partner>|
|Sethi, Kabir;Johnson, Anne|
Remember that the time you spend at work doesn''t equal quality time.
| ||How to Determine Your Work Style as a New Manager>|
|Hughes Johnson, Claire|
Are you a director, an analyzer, a collaborator, or a promoter?
| ||Work Speak: How to Be a Better Ally>|
It starts with the language you use.
| ||How to Support Employees with Seasonal Depression>|
Three strategies for new managers.
| ||The Industry Dilemma: Allow Ethical Moonlighting Or Lose To Gig Working?>|
|Sahu, Abhishek;Dutta, Debolina|
NHRD, a leading HR industry forum in India, had organized an HR Conclave to discuss the future of the workplace and the unfolding methods of work. However, the discussion quickly segued to the problem of moonlighting. For many HR leaders, the dilemma was whether they should strictly enforce single employment laws, risk the pain of increased attrition in a talent-short market, or embrace moonlighting by allowing employees to acknowledge it and define .....more
| ||GitLab''s CEO on Building One of the World''s Largest All-Remote Companies>|
When two software engineers decided, in 2013, to launch an enterprise software-as-a-service business around GitLab-the open-source collaborative software-development application that they''d been working on-they didn''t intend to turn it into the world''s largest all-remote organization. But they lived 2,000 kilometers apart-one in Ukraine and the other in the Netherlands-and their first hire was in Serbia. None of them wanted .....more
| ||Beware a Culture of Busyness>|
Once upon a time, leisure was a sign of prestige. Today that idea has been turned on its head, and busyness is the new status symbol. Busy people are considered important and impressive, and employees are rewarded for showing how "hard" they''re working. Such thinking is misguided. It can cause organizations to overload their employees, base their incentives on the amount of time they put in, and excessively monitor their activities, .....more
| ||Redesigning How We Work>|
Many of us assumed that by now, years into the pandemic, we''d have settled on new structures, practices, and processes for hybrid work. But we haven''t. Instead most companies are stuck in a transitional phase, where little is resolved. Why is it taking us so long to work this out? Because, the author writes, the new world of hybrid work isn''t simply about determining whether everybody should come back full-time to the office. .....more