Category: Team Building & HR (Page 1 of 7)

How to Inspire Your Employees

Inspiring employees can be a key factor in maintaining a positive and productive work environment. Here are a few ways that you can inspire your employees.

Communicate a clear vision: Share your vision for the company and how each employee’s role contributes to the overall success of the organization. When employees understand how their work is connected to the bigger picture, they are more likely to be engaged and motivated.

How to Find Good Co-Founders for Your Startup?

Finding good co-founders for your startup can be a challenge, but it’s also an important step in building a successful business. Here are a few tips for finding good co-founders:

Define what you’re looking for: Before you start looking for co-founders, it’s important to define what you’re looking for in a co-founder. This can include things like skills, experience, and personality traits.

Secret Recipes for Building & Running a Successful Innovation Program inside of a Large Corporation

by Will Wang — Corporate Innovation Partner at Founders Space

With emerging technologies and startup disruptions, many global multi-national corporations are facing huge challenges for new business innovation. Nowadays, there is a big trend that many corporations are tapping into startup ecosystem, as they are seeking startup knowledge, new technologies and open collaborations, in order to stay at the forefront of innovation. Especially, many industry leading players proactively look for digital transformation into a high-tech, software integrated and data-driven service company. Therefore, many corporations started to seek out strategic partnerships for launching a successful innovation program. Here are six critical recipes for building and running a successful innovation program inside of a large corporation.

Is it legal for my company to pay its employees without giving a pay stub along with the check?

Ethan Stone

Ethan Stone

by Ethan Stone, Stone Business Law

First, a quick but important clarification: I’m not your lawyer and this answer doesn’t establish a lawyer-client relationship. I’m giving a generic answer to a generic question to educate the users of this site. The information below is general in nature and should not be understood as a substitute for personal legal advice.

The answer to this question depends on state law.  In California, and many other states, the answer is no.

Office Etiquette

by Rick Walker at Official Space

Office etiquette in the UK

For decades now the world has worked on a 9 to 5 basis, with employees working out of offices around the globe. No matter what kind of industry you work within, you’ll quickly notice that there’s a lot of office etiquette you need to abide by in order to make it in the world of office work.

First of all, what’s etiquette?

Advice from a Start-up Wife

by Karina Rook of Re-settle us

It’s kind of like announcing that you’re pregnant with triplets – the look on people’s faces when you tell them your partner quit his job and is now working from home. You can’t use the word ‘start-up’ because most non-tech people don’t really get it, so you say ‘entrepreneur’ or self-employed. Most people say encouraging things, many people ask you to describe the product/service (here comes the elevator pitch!) but almost no-one asks “Why?”.

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