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6 Tricks to Get Your Projects Done on Time With a Small Team

Any small business leader would admit that maintaining a compact team has its benefits: administration duties are low, agility is high, and team morale is easy to keep track of. For entrepreneurs with big plans, however, it may seem like your team is too small to execute some of the projects you have in mind. While small teams may not be able to take on every enterprise-level challenge, the right tactics can help your small business take on challenges you might otherwise never have thought poss...
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House Defense Policy Bill Fixes Parental Leave Loopholes, Preserves Pentagon Collective Bargaining

The House version of the 2021 Defense authorization measure ensures all federal workers have access to the new benefit providing 12 weeks of paid parental leave, and it also standardizes locality pay between the General Schedule and Federal Wage System pay scales.
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Want to Improve Your Workplace? 16 Productive Questions to Ask Yourself

As a leader, you know your workplace dynamic directly impacts employee morale and, in turn, your bottom line. No matter how great your company culture might be, there is always room for improvement. But to make impactful changes, you’ll have to first understand which areas warrant the most attention. Advice on How to Improve Your Workplace To help you identify those areas, we asked a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) members this question: “What’s one productive question business prof...
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20 Unique Places to Find Qualified Employees

By Kayla Matthews The search for the best talent can be tricky. You need to balance your company’s needs with unique job applications to draw in as many options as possible. Finding resources can be difficult, too. Luckily, the following places will help you conquer it all. 1. Job Boards Job boards like LinkedIn, Monster, Glassdoor and Indeed are some of the most popular places to find employees. You can start your search with these options and informative job descriptions for each position. ...
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Millions of Homeowners Who Need Flood Insurance Don’t Know It — Thanks to FEMA

It is FEMA’s job to warn homeowners about major flood risks, but its approach is notoriously limited. In Cook County alone, researchers found about six times as many properties in danger as FEMA estimated. Look up your address with a new tool.
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It’s Time for ‘Stakeholder Public Service’

A commitment to fairly serve all who have a stake in government—including employees—would serve the nation well.
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Immigration Judges Sue Justice Department Over Gag Rule

The Trump administration is in violation of the First and Fifth Amendments, judges say.
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Common Office Concepts Reimagined: How Remote Workstyles are Creating HQ’s Everywhere

At first, it was disruptive and challenging. Then it became weird and tricky. And now, it’s normal and simply different. Remote work, work from home, virtual work: Whatever name you use for the office-less workstyle driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has transformed the way work gets done in America now. And while this episode is not completely behind us, it is already obvious that the lessons learned about how to get work done with distributed teams have been taken to heart. Many companies hav...
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To Find Success, Practice a Strategic Mindset

Experiments indicate that the learnable strategic mindset gets people where they want to go.
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Trust And Transparency: Keys To Renewal In Reentry

by Adam Markel, author of “Pivot: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life“ The new phase that we’re entering is almost like a spaceship coming back to Earth. We are reentering mid-pandemic. People are wearing masks at work, not able to huddle up physically even if they’re in the same office. People accustomed to seeing each other daily for long periods have been apart and changed due to their unique circumstances. How organizations handle reentry and reunion will help determine ...
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Rethinking the Workplace Through and Beyond COVID-19

Managers can adapt their offices to support safe reopening while achieving longer-term goals.
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9 Ways for Companies to Distinguish Exemplary Employees

The ongoing pandemic has put a hold on most business operations. It has affected cash flow and production systems. The health protocols and guidelines have people forced into their homes. Some workers have adapted to ways through which they can work from home. Employees have learned new ways to maintain their productivity while at home. With cash flow problems, businesses may look for other ways to reward hard-working employees. Apart from cash incentives as bonuses, employers might opt for othe...
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Defense Department’s Mark Easton On Embracing Data to Drive Reform

The deputy chief financial officer is preparing for the department’s third-ever audit amid the pandemic.
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Lawmakers, Legal Experts Decry Federal Crackdown on Protesters as Unlawful

House committee holds hearing on controversial federal law enforcement tactics prior to Trump's church photo op.
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FEMA Ordered $10.2 Million in COVID-19 Testing Kits It’s Now Warning States Not to Use

The faulty lab equipment sold by a company whose owner has faced fraud allegations is being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general.
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6 Ways the Next Administration Could Use Evidence-Based Policy to Advance Social Justice

Using data and research to improve program outcomes may not make for a catchy campaign slogan, but it can go a long way toward reducing economic and racial disparities.
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Working Virtually

Many of us have been working from home or some other remote location for over three months now. We have learned a fair bit about this approach to work and we have more to learn in the coming months. I don’t think we will be done with remote work until the pandemic is over. It has taught me three conflicting things: 1/ I can be a lot more productive working remotely than many of us believed before the pandemic 2/ Those with kids at home don’t experience the same productivity boost 3/ ...
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3 Strategies for Developing Small Business Resiliency

The economic impact of COVID-19 will be felt for some time as small businesses struggle to keep afloat as they meet new operational guidelines. Of course, it isn’t the end for these companies. They’ve faced hardships before, as it’s been well-documented that being a small business owner is one of the hardest jobs in America. Many will rely on their resiliency in the face of adversity to sustain their business and determine what their future success looks like. As small businesses head into the s...
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The Best Tips for Getting Work Done — No Matter the Location

These days, most employees can work from anywhere. Whether they’re at home or the office, it’s essential to make sure your workers are on task. All environments create and cause distractions, so it’s imperative to implement ways to keep employees focused. This way, they can stay productive successfully. Here are a few suggestions that you can share with your workers to promote efficient workdays. 1. Schedule Time for Emails We often become sucked into our emails for hours at a time. In fact, t...
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The Truly Strategic People Leader

Most of my clients are CEOs of growing companies, and most of them have a senior leader who's responsible for "people issues" in the organization: recruiting, hiring, training, retention, compensation and development, in addition to basic HR compliance and administration. Sometimes this role is awarded a C-level title--Chief People Officer--but more commonly it's Head of People or VP of People Operations. CPOs generally report to the CEO, but VPs and functional heads often report to a COO, CFO...
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Maintaining a consistent customer experience in a transition to a new normal

While many countries are still grappling with the first wave of infections from the coronavirus pandemic, lockdown conditions in many other countries are easing. That is […]
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IIM Bodh Gaya Faculty Non-Teaching Vacancy Recruitment 2020

Faculty and Non-Teaching Vacancy Recruitment in IIM Bodh Gaya 2020 Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bodh Gaya, Bihar belongs to the prestigious IIM family of business schools. It is a new generation IIM, set up by the Government of India. ( = || []).push({}); IIM Bodh Gaya (IIBG) invites online applications from suitable candidates for Recruitment of following... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
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Management Tips for a Roofing Company

When you start out with a two-man team, your roofing company may not need too much in terms of management, but as your company begins to grow in both staff… Read more » The post Management Tips for a Roofing Company appeared first on
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Federal Contract Spending Reaches Its Highest Level Ever in Fiscal 2019, Marking 4 Straight Years of Growth

Spending is expected to increase even more for fiscal 2020, exceeding $600 billion even before coronavirus stimulus funding is included.
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After COVID Delay, OPM Prepares for 2020 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

This year’s iteration of the annual survey of federal workers’ engagement and morale will begin on July 13 and include questions about agencies’ response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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5 Ways Companies Can Enable a Safe Return to Work

As counties and cities begin to roll out phased reopening plans, businesses are trying to figure out how to reopen. Guidelines from the and OSHA don’t always align across geographic locations and don’t perfectly apply to each company’s individual situation. For example, a small retail shop in the suburbs will have a different reopening plan compared to a software company based in San Francisco. Employees returning to the office post-quarantine are likely to be highly concerned about exposure, ...
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5 Ways You Can Help Improve Employee Satisfaction

Do you ever get the feeling your employees are not happy with their jobs? Maybe you are dealing with high turnover at your company? Or, maybe your team could be more productive? If you have unhappy employees, you obviously risk losing valuable staff. You also limit your abilities to make as much money as possible. Check out this list below for five ways you can help improve employee satisfaction. 1. Acknowledge Hard Work with Gifts It’s important for you to present gifts to your staff during ...
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White House Advisor Sought Legal Opinion to Allow Trump to Fire Anyone In Government

A recently published internal White House document from early in the Trump administration proved to be a road map for the White House’s efforts to weaken unions and cut federal employee pay and benefits.
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Board Diversity

This is a topic of great importance and one that we in the tech/startup sector have not done a good job with. We wait until a company is ready to go public and then address it. While that is better than nothing, it is not good enough. The board diversity problem is a symptom of a much broader problem around lack of diversity in founders that get funded and lack of diversity in VC firms. Most startup boards are made up of a few founders and a few VCs. No wonder you have no diversity on the boa...
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The Millennial Workplace Is Coming – Will Managers Be Ready?

The workplace is changing, will you know how to handle it? Image Credit: Photo by Helena Lopes on Unsplash As all managers have probably realized by now, the millennials have arrived. That younger generation of workers are moving into the office at the same time that the baby boomers are starting to move out. The arrival in force of this new type of worker is going to cause some fundamental changes to occur in the workplace. As a manager, you need to have the manager skills to be r...
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