From: Mashable By Scott GerberRecommended by: MashableIf automatic ad blocking on iOS can teach you anything as a startup founder, it's that you should never rely on just one strategy to carry any aspect of your business, and advertising is no
There is quite the interesting debate shaping up among researchers looking into the motivational potential of recognition. The specific question under investigation focuses on the impact that recognition has not on recipients, but on the motivations
Thin margins may have forced a lot of grocery delivery startups to shut shop in India, but the world’s second-largest e-tailer, Amazon, seems to betting big on the domestic market.The Seattle-based, $105-billion company, which already has a
Training pays. Sometimes, it's easy to underestimate just how much it pays. Consider an employee who is going to work 2000 hours for you this year. It's not unusual for an organization to spend only 10 or 20 hours training...
You scored the interview for the job you really want and you really seemed to hit it off with the hiring manager. Now, she’s turned to you with that dreaded question."So, do you have any questions for us?"In general, it’s a bad idea to ask about
Over the last one year and more so the last few months one has been watching the drama unfold. A large democracy at work, wheels within wheels at work, a time when the masses suddenly become important, when promises are doled out by the dozen
All eyes in Silicon Valley are now looking cautiously at Jack Dorsey — but not because of Twitter.Square, the payments startup that Dorsey runs when he's not busy trying to save Twitter, revealed in a filing Friday that it plans to price its
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