Three Tips To Build A Diverse Team And Strengthen Your Business

Three Tips To Build A Diverse Team And Strengthen Your Business

Having a diverse staff can improve your company because people from different backgrounds bring different perspectives to the decision-making process. For example, research suggests that companies with females on their boards financially outperform companies with all male boards. A multicultural team can bring many benefits to an organization, but only if that team works together in a harmonious fashion. If the team has trust issues and won’t collaborate, communicate or pull together when needed, a diverse staff may actually weaken your business instead. Here are three tips to help you build a diverse team that is cohesive and strengthens your business.

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Three Steps To Delegating Tasks Effectively

Three Steps To Delegating Tasks Effectively

When it comes to delegating tasks, there’s no surefire method that works for everyone. However, one aspect that is applicable to all executives and leaders is that you should streamline and automate your work processes first so that the remaining tasks on your to-do lists are only the truly important jobs. Then, it’s time to consider what you should do yourself and what someone else can do.

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How Men, Business Leaders And Government Can Make Work-Life Balance A Reality

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For the majority of Americans work-life balance is an ongoing battle, and it’s not going to be resolved by viewing the issue as something that only affects women. Both men and women struggle to find balance between these two elements of their lives. The work-life balance issues that men face may differ from women, but they are just as difficult to navigate. And these issues aren’t going away. The American workforce, as a whole, struggles to find balance between work and family, which can lead to various mental health issues such as irritability, stress and depression.

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What Every Employee Should Know About Their Benefits Plan

What Every Employee Should Know About Their Benefits Plan

More than two-thirds of organizations are struggling to fill full-time positions. This is because there aren’t as many job applicants, and those who do apply, often lack the required skills for the job. Now employers are competing to find—and keep—qualified candidates. As a result, businesses are offering people competitive salaries as well as benefits packages that go above and beyond what is legally required. Today, benefits plans can include all sorts of perks ranging from healthcare and retirement plans to event tickets, vacation days, paid maternity and paternity leave, concierge services and even midday surf breaks.

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Celebrity Facialist Susan Ciminelli Shares Tips To Keep Your Skin Healthy While On The Road

Celebrity Facialist Susan Ciminelli Shares Tips To Keep Your Skin Healthy While On The Road

Business travel is stressful and tiring and, unfortunately, your skin shows every bit of that stress and the sleep you missed out on. There is nothing worse than traveling for an important meeting or conference only to have your skin breakout the night before or a fever blister pop up or dark circles show up under your eyes. Now you are worried about covering up blemishes and how you look, as well as your upcoming presentation or meeting.

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Three Reasons To Stop Coming To Work Sick

Three Reasons To Stop Coming To Work Sick

It’s that time of year again. Children are back in school. Football games are on television. Halloween candy, pumpkins and cinnamon-scented pinecones are lining grocery store aisles. It means that cold and flu season is just around the corner; the time of year when many Americans will show up sick to work.

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Olympians Share 2 Tips On How To Improve Your Performance At Work

Olympians Share 2 Tips On How To Improve Your Performance At Work

For many there is a love-hate relationship with the Olympics—and the 2016 Rio Olympic Games were no different. The Olympics motivate, entertain and inspire people across the world. We all love hearing the athlete’s stories—how their dedication and work ethic helped them overcome obstacles and realize their dreams of being an Olympic athlete. We love cheering for our country, watching history be made and records be broken. But the Olympics can also be exhausting—even for non-athletes. We all struggle to stay awake to watch our favorite events and undoubtedly miss events that we had hoped to see.

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Where Is The Line Between What Is Ethical And Legal?

Where Is The Line Between What Is Ethical And Legal?

Just because a business practice is legal doesn’t mean it’s ethical. But does that mean it’s okay for CEOs to maximize profits by following perfectly legal business practices that cross the line into unethical waters? Some business executives would say, “yes.” Their stance is that a CEO’s main responsibility is to maximize profits and shareholder value within legal parameters—even if that means having low ethical standards. Others would argue that CEOs have a social responsibility to conduct business in an ethical manner even if that means securing a slightly lower return on investment. Who’s right? Does it depend on the industry?

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