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"Everyone wants to be respected at their job. But the respect of your colleagues and bosses isn't guaranteed—it has to be earned."

"Everyone wants to be respected at their job. But the respect of your colleagues and bosses isn't guaranteed—it has to be earned."

Thanks to technology, savvy upstarts and the legacy companies that "get it" can offer employees a highly misunderstood perk: remote access.

Thanks to technology, savvy upstarts and the legacy companies that "get it" can offer employees a highly misunderstood perk: remote access.

Servant Leadership Now - "How Netflix Reinvented HR" Interesting from HBR on servant leadership and culture change - Enjoy!

Servant Leadership Now - "How Netflix Reinvented HR" Interesting from HBR on servant leadership and culture change - Enjoy!

"On the heels of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer decision to bar employees working from home, a new study suggests nearly half of U.S. workers would like their job less if that perk was taken away from them. In a national survey conducted among 500 Americans by SurveyMonkey, about 46% of respondents said they wouldn't be as satisfied with their work if they were required to come into the office every day. Not to mention, about 6% said they would even quit."

"On the heels of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer decision to bar employees working from home, a new study suggests nearly half of U.S. workers would like their job less if that perk was taken away from them. In a national survey conducted among 500 Americans by SurveyMonkey, about 46% of respondents said they wouldn't be as satisfied with their work if they were required to come into the office every day. Not to mention, about 6% said they would even quit."

Once a nice-to-have perk, employee wellness programs have long since become “a strategic imperative,” according to the Harvard Business Review.  Simply put: healthy employees cost less, stay longer and work harder. What’s good for the employee is good for the company.

Once a nice-to-have perk, employee wellness programs have long since become “a strategic imperative,” according to the Harvard Business Review. Simply put: healthy employees cost less, stay longer and work harder. What’s good for the employee is good for the company.

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