When it comes to recruiting good talent, a lot of companies find it challenging to stand out from the crowd. Whether you have one of the greatest job openings with a high paycheck and flexible working hours, if you lack a strong employer brand, you’ll be sending countless emails to uninterested...

In a time of social distancing and remote work, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon raised a surprising topic during his latest earnings call with Wall Street analysts: togetherness. “Our firm has always had a team-oriented apprenticeship culture, and we benefit from being and working together,” he...

Less than two weeks after Uber shared plans to lay off 3,700 employees, the company announced that it will let another 3,000 workers go. In other words, in the course of a month, Uber has made plans to get rid of roughly a quarter of its...

As companies and employees around the world adjust to new ways of working, new types of stress are emerging. Feelings of isolation, detachment from colleagues, a lack of routine, trying to keep children busy, and being unable to ‘switch off’ as the lines between our private and work lives begin...

This daunting task may seem inessential, but it’s worth the effort.   By Tanisha Lele   Writing the right mission statement can be quite a task. One wrongly-placed word, and you could lose a potential buyer or employee. A mission statement is the only chance...

A deep dive into employee stock options.   By Sharon Lewis   A company is only as good as its people, and ESOPs can be a great way to keep those people happy.   ESOPs, or employee stock ownership plans, allow employees of companies the […] The post Does My Startup Need An ESOP? appeared first...