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The huge TAM of fake breaded chicken bits

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. We’re closing our survey soon, so this is your last chance (probably) to get your voice heard! Despite it being a short week, as always, it was a busy, busy time. We had Grace on the dials today, and Danny, Natasha, and Alex making chit-chat about the tech world. As with every week this year, we had to cut and cut and cut to get the show down to size. Here’s what m...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Y Combinator, Tech, Workplace Culture, Equity, Ev Williams, Alex, Medium, Yc, Healthtech, Danny, Natasha, Faculty, Lifted


Corporate Culture Begins with The Recruitment Process (And How You Treat Candidates Throughout It)

Corporate culture is the lifeblood of a company, it’s who you are. Crafting a strong corporate culture can be the difference in a company’s survival. An employee will work harder and fight for a company if they believe that that company will fight for them and if they believe in the organization as a whole. But where does corporate culture begin? That answer is simpler than most companies make it, recruiting. Recruiting is the seed from which your corporate culture grows and that includes how ...
Tags: New York City, Careers, Workplace Culture, HR, Recruitment, Corporate Culture, Recruitment Best Practices, Job Search Process, Julie Shenkman, Nexxt, Nexxt.com, Nexxt Inc, Sam Rogal, Sam Rogal Sam Rogal


What A ‘Team Health Assessment’ Can Reveal About Your Business

It’s useful for leaders to ask themselves a few questions about how well their business is doing in relation to their teams. A team health assessment can help. The post What A ‘Team Health Assessment’ Can Reveal About Your Business appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Workplace Culture, Managing Teams, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Building A Team, Jeanet Wade


4 pre-pandemic habits to leave behind when going back to the office

Leaders should consider leaving behind office "norms" that no longer fit into the post-pandemic structure. nd3000/Getty Images Work and the workplace office structure has evolved as a result of the pandemic. Leaders should consider making changes post-pandemic to be more supportive of employees. Long meetings, long commutes, and pressure to work when sick should be left behind. See more stories on Insider's business page. As the pace of vaccinations accelerates and states loosen mask...
Tags: Work, Office, Trends, Strategy, Workplace Culture, National Bureau of Economic Research, Nordic, Inc, Contributor, Inc.com, Katie Burke, Contributor 2019, Post-Pandemic Life


What’s IN And What’s OUT In The Workplace? Eight Trends Leaders Can’t Afford To Miss

Thriving in business means adapting to the many disruptions and influences that shape our modern work environment. Workplace trends expert Rick Grimaldi shares what’s IN and what’s OUT in 2021. The post What’s IN And What’s OUT In The Workplace? Eight Trends Leaders Can’t Afford To Miss appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Company Culture, Workplace Culture, Miss, Business Advice, Thinking Aloud, Workplace Trends, Rick Grimaldi


Better Job Satisfaction Comes From Better Communication Within The Organization

Leaders in any organization should focus on three key areas to improve the quality of work and boost job satisfaction for all.  The post Better Job Satisfaction Comes From Better Communication Within The Organization appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Workplace Culture, Employee Satisfaction, Others, Job Satisfaction


How To Make Teamwork A Guiding Principle In Your Business

Your business has a better shot at success when your employees are working closely with you and with each other. See these tips for building teamwork. The post How To Make Teamwork A Guiding Principle In Your Business appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Teamwork, Workplace Culture, Others, Building A Team


6 Ways To Support Mental Health And Sustain A Culture Of Wellness

How can leaders promote a workplace culture that protects our mental and emotional wellbeing, and deepens resilience, engagement, productivity, and creativity for us and our team members? Christine Andrukonis shares six ways to start building this foundation. The post 6 Ways To Support Mental Health And Sustain A Culture Of Wellness appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Change Management, Workplace Culture, Mental Health, Professionalisms, Christine Andrukonis, Ways To Support Mental Health


6 Ways To Build A Results-Driven Culture 

Building a results-oriented culture requires a very specific mindset. David Horsager shares the six positive habits can help power a results-oriented organization. The post 6 Ways To Build A Results-Driven Culture  appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Company Culture, Workplace Culture, Office Culture, Professionalisms, David Horsager


Seven “Signs And Symptoms” Of A Traumatized Company (Recognize Any?)

Organizational trauma isn’t always caused by a single horrifying event. It can also be ongoing or cumulative (say, a global pandemic). However, the impact on employees and organizations is fairly predictable, says workplace trauma expert Diana Hendel. Here are some common threads she sees in every traumatized organization. The post Seven “Signs And Symptoms” Of A Traumatized Company (Recognize Any?) appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Management, Workplace Culture, Organisational Development, Professionalisms, Diana Hendel


Mindfulness At Work Does Not Help Find Meaning. Here’s What Does.

In the post-COVID world, effective workspaces will need to find ways to make all stakeholders feel like empowered partners in value creating activities. The post Mindfulness At Work Does Not Help Find Meaning. Here’s What Does. appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Management, Workplace Culture, Mindfulness, Organisational Development, Thinking Aloud, David Weitzner


Corporate Leaders: Do Your Words Fit Your Culture And Values?

As a corporate leader, what steps can you take to align your message to your culture and values? May Habib shares six simple steps to align your core messaging and cultural norms. The post Corporate Leaders: Do Your Words Fit Your Culture And Values? appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Workplace Culture, Habib, Corporate Culture, Professionalisms, May Habib


4 things you need to know about the future of hybrid and remote work

Spotify's new work-from-anywhere program will promote flexibility and diversity, executives told Insider. Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images As more Americans get vaccinated, companies are starting to reconsider their reopening plans. Employers like Spotify and TIAA are investing in hybrid work models. This guide explains what you need to know about the future of hybrid work. See more stories on Insider's business page. The post-pandemic workplace is going to look a lot diffe...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, Etsy, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Company Culture, Remote Work, Workplace Culture, Working From Home, Teaser, Nordic, TIAA, JONATHAN NACKSTRAND, AFP Getty, Deloitte PwC


Facebook did not hire Black employees because they were not a 'culture fit,' report says

06 November 2019, US, Menlo Park: Employees of the Internet company Facebook walk through the courtyard of the company campus in Menlo Park, California. Christoph Dernbach/picture alliance via Getty Images Three Black people allege Facebook chose not to hire them because they weren't a "culture fit." "There's no doubt you can do the job," a manager allegedly said, before using the culture fit line. Critics have slammed the idea of a "culture fit" because they believe it sidelines p...
Tags: Facebook, News, Washington Post, US, Trends, Workplace Culture, Discrimination, Workplace Discrimination, The Washington Post, Black, EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Alexandria Virginia, Menlo Park California, Tech Insider, Society for Human Resource Management


Are these Sacred Cows or Trojan Horses? 

Like me, are you fascinated and yet irritated by the mythology that  surrounds modern working practices?   By mythology, I mean that growing collection of words and phrases describing working practices that  have long lost their true meaning.    Some examples   If you are not sure what I mean, here are a few examples .    Balance:  Disguising indecision as a bland compromise that attempts to achieve many things but ends up accomplishing nothing .   Collaboration:  Creati...
Tags: Leadership, Workplace, Preparation, Leaders, Workplace Culture, Balance, Creativity, Mythology, Collaboration, Excellence, Breeden, Leadership Practices, Jake Breeden


4 changes you could see when you return to the office, from hot desks to more relaxed dress codes

A person on the first day back in the office on March 24, 2021 in San Francisco, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images As more people get vaccines, employees are now faced with the prospect of returning to the office. The post-pandemic workplace will likely look much different than before. Expect "hot desks," potentially relaxed dress codes, and "flex" work schedules. See more stories on Insider's business page. This time last year, the world stared in disbelief at the prospect of l...
Tags: Google, Amazon, News, Washington Post, San Francisco, Trends, Strategy, Workplace Culture, Companies, Deloitte, Kpmg, Offices, Sundar Pichai, Bay Area, Eugene Kim, San Francisco California


Investigations of workplace harassment or sexism claims have intensified under '#MeToo scrutiny' but that doesn't guarantee they're legitimate

Chesnot/Getty Images There is no one standard way to conduct a workplace investigation, experts told Insider. But generally, they must include an impartial investigator who interviews all parties involved, quickly secures all evidence and is able to reach "reasoned" conclusions. The focus on workplace investigations heightened amid the #MeToo movement, urging boards of directors to better screen their companies and nonprofits for issues. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stor...
Tags: Misogyny, Harassment, New York, News, Sexism, Trends, Workplace Culture, Investigations, Mlb, Pope, Andrew Cuomo, Justice Department, Cleveland Indians, McDonald, HuffPost, United Way


Hire More Failures to Have an Innovative Team

Innovation and failure are often bedfellows. Many of the great intentions and inventors of our times left behind a trail of failures in the path to their victory. One of the reasons for this is that you can only fail if you try, and any person who tells you they have never failed is either lying or has never taken a big risk. The people who made their mark in any given industry are always those who aren’t afraid to fail which opens up the possibilities of greater success.Now, how does one use th...
Tags: Failure, New York City, Careers, Workplace Culture, Recruiting, Skills, HR, Innovation, Recruitment, Job Interview, Hiring, Recruitment Trends, Hiring Manager, Julie Shenkman, Nexxt, Nexxt.com


The CEO of management consultancy Korn Ferry on how to become a 'radically human' leader

Insider Gary Burnison. Gary Burnison Gary Burnison is the CEO of management consulting company Korn Ferry. He thinks companies are the most successful when they allow employees to bring emotions into work. His tips as a leader include starting with yourself and showing up even when you don't have the answers. This article is part of a series called "Leaders by Day," which takes a look at how prominent business leaders are tackling various challenges in today's econo...
Tags: Leadership, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Workplace Culture, Emotion, Nordic, Korn Ferry, Gary Burnison, Burnison, COVID, Edit Series, BI-freelancer, Contributor 2019, Erin Greenawald, Msft-teams


Introverts And Extroverts Working Together, They’re Better

Extroverts and introverts can work together. The diversity of perspectives contributes to making a company more progressive, innovative, and productive. The post Introverts And Extroverts Working Together, They’re Better appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Workplace Culture, Extroverts, Introverts, Professionalisms, Jane Finkle


The US ranks below average on women's equality in the workplace, The Economist found

shapecharge/Getty Images The US ranked 18th out of 29 countries in an assessment of the best and worst countries for working women. Women in the US have less parental leave and political representation than other countries. The pandemic has had a significant impact on female representation in the workforce. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The US ranked 18th out of 29 countries in a yearly analysis by The Economist on the best and worst countries for working women.T...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, News, Workplace, Women, US, Trends, Workplace Culture, Economy, UPS, Citigroup, OECD, Workplace Diversity, Scandinavia, Economist, International Labour Organization


How To Create A Workforce That Looks Forward To Monday

Create an environment where your employees are happy and engaged. Adam Witty shares five things leaders can do towards creating a team that looks forward to Monday. The post How To Create A Workforce That Looks Forward To Monday appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Leadership, Workplace Culture, Professionalisms, Adam Witty


Your 'best' employee could become the most toxic - here are 3 ways to get them back on track

Sometimes good employees can be toxic because they hold a strong sense of entitlement. Vladimir Vladimirov/Getty Images Joel Carnevale is an assistant professor at Syracuse University's Whitman School of Management. He explains that over-performing employees might also be engaging in destructive work behavior. Employers should reconsider how to reward good behavior and emphasize reputation and team connection. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Do you want employees wh...
Tags: Opinion, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Workplace Culture, Research, Employees, Nordic, Syracuse University, Contributor, Job Performance, Work Relationships, Contributor 2019, Vladimir Vladimirov Getty, Joel Carnevale, Whitman School of Management He


SIGN UP HERE FOR OUR WEDNESDAY EVENT: Talent leaders from Mastercard, Lenovo, and Buffer will explain how to build an inclusive hybrid workplace

Lenovo; Courtesy of Erica Keswin; Buffer; Mastercard; Samantha Lee/Insider You can sign up for our event on February 18 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PST here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Just one in 10 employers say they expect all their staff to return to the office post-pandemic.Instead, most workplaces will take a hybrid form, with some employees dialing in from their couches and others convening in conference rooms.The challenge for managers - and especially for huma...
Tags: Work From Home, Leadership, Trends, Strategy, Remote Work, Workplace Culture, HR, Lenovo, Webinar, Mastercard, Erica Keswin, People Management, Shana Lebowitz, Inclusive, Samantha Lee, BI Graphics


SIGN UP HERE: Talent leaders from Mastercard, Lenovo, and Buffer will explain how to build an inclusive hybrid workplace

Lenovo; Courtesy of Erica Keswin; Buffer; Mastercard; Samantha Lee/Insider You can sign up for our event on February 18 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PST here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Just one in 10 employers say they expect all their staff to return to the office post-pandemic.Instead, most workplaces will take a hybrid form, with some employees dialing in from their couches and others convening in conference rooms.The challenge for managers - and especially for huma...
Tags: Work From Home, Leadership, Trends, Strategy, Remote Work, Workplace Culture, HR, Lenovo, Webinar, Mastercard, Erica Keswin, People Management, Shana Lebowitz, Inclusive, Samantha Lee, BI Graphics


Warning To Remote Workers: Out Of Sight Could Mean Out Of Job

Rod Robertson shares some things that remote working employees should do these things to keep their performance and communication levels high. The post Warning To Remote Workers: Out Of Sight Could Mean Out Of Job appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Remote Work, Workplace Culture, Workplace Productivity, Remote Working, Professionalisms, Rod Robertson


JOIN US FEBRUARY 18: Talent leaders from Mastercard, Lenovo, and Buffer will explain how to build an inclusive hybrid workplace

Lenovo; Courtesy of Erica Keswin; Buffer; Mastercard; Samantha Lee/Insider Sign up for our event on February 18 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PST if you're a Business Insider subscriber. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Just one in 10 employers say they expect all their staff to return to the office post-pandemic.Instead, most workplaces will take a hybrid form, with some employees dialing in from their couches and others convening in conference rooms.The challenge for manager...
Tags: Work From Home, Leadership, US, Trends, Strategy, Remote Work, Workplace Culture, HR, Lenovo, Webinar, Mastercard, Erica Keswin, People Management, Shana Lebowitz, Inclusive, Samantha Lee


5 Tips To Find ‘Culture Fit’ In A Candidate

Company culture provides your team with direction and is effectively the glue that binds the team. Joel Patterson shares five tips on how to hire for culture fit. The post 5 Tips To Find ‘Culture Fit’ In A Candidate appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Management, Company Culture, Workplace Culture, Office Culture, Hiring, Managing People, Professionalisms, Hiring Practices, Joel Patterson


What Good Is It To Be Engaged With Your Team If You Can’t Be Productive?

Cynthia Spraggs, author of "How to Work from Home and Actually Get Sh*t Done" shares some tips on how you can remain productive and produce results in this unprecedented time. The post What Good Is It To Be Engaged With Your Team If You Can’t Be Productive? appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Company Culture, Remote Work, Workplace Culture, Workplace Productivity, Professionalisms, Cynthia Spraggs


Leaders: Will You Win The Race or Fall At The Final Hurdle?

No-one doubts that the current pandemic has created all kinds of challenges for leaders and the businesses they lead.  Some have fallen by the wayside, including some big-name brands, but in the main many businesses have so far survived – many just by the edge of their teeth. And whilst some might be thinking of celebrating this success, I would caution that because there are still some challenges looming on the horizon, which if not addressed could cause your business to fall at the final hurd...
Tags: UK, Leadership, Communication, Workplace Culture, Mother, Burnout, Francis, Leading teams, Dick Francis, Pandemic, Devon Loch, Changing Workplace, Cultural Change