In a new viral video of from American Eagle Outfitters, hundreds of staffers appear to be having a ton of fun at the office. But what does this clip say about workplace culture and employee productivity?
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Archive for June, 2012
If you’re new to business process improvement, you might think scorecards are only used when playing mini golf. But today’s guest post highlights how you can increase employee productivity through a relatively simple mechanism.
Time and attendance tracking is a mainstay of business and secondary education. But everyone knows that watching the clock is the worst way to measure results. One student recently paid a serious price when shooting for perfect attendance.
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I’m guilty. There are days when I walk out of the office wondering what I did all day long. If my boss stopped and asked me that question, I’d probably stutter and say, ‘Well, I answered some emails and looked at that project we were talking about.’