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Todd Piett, CEO of Rave Mobile Safety, says in this day and age, investments into safety aren’t just about doing the right thing, they are about avoiding the astronomically high cost of failure.
Leaders cannot look at the gender diversity or pay gap issue in isolation. Robust, proactive diversity and inclusion programs can pave the way for a culture of innovation and create opportunity for all.
Regardless of the size or type of your industry or organization, the current hiring climate is challenging. Moreover, the cost of making a bad hire is something CEOs want to avoid as the costs are higher than you can imagine. Here are some tips for employers to get it right.
Mental agility, independence, and self-confidence are the top three soft skills that Millennials lack. However, refocusing on these skills could secure a greater ROI for your company.
Guy Yehiav, CEO of Profitect, a prescriptive analytics software company based in Burlington, Mass., has learned two vital strategies when implementing large-scale tech projects. 1) Move fast and 2) simplify.
Didier Elzinga is CEO of employee feedback platform Culture Amp, so company culture isn’t just an important aspect of his business—it’s the primary focus.
Susan Salka, CEO of AMN Healthcare, a healthcare staffing and workforce solutions firm, says that for every two jobs posted in healthcare, only one gets filled. She talks with Chief Executive about how the industry’s shortage problem can be solved and more.
Although each workplace culture is unique, there are seven simple things all employers can do to lay a foundation of success upon which wellness, and CEOs at all levels, can thrive.
For Kyle Slager, CEO and founder of reporting app developer Raken, company culture is king.