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Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to h...
The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about next steps in their career, according to companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
Companies like Netflix say harsh feedback improves their employees’ work, but experts suggest bosses aren’t always the best judge of perfo...
Leadership experts say the feedback process at most workplaces is highly flawed. Many bosses are realizing this, and relying more on objective data.
Making a bad first impression on your boss can doom your career — here’s how to know if your gaffe is an ‘unforgivable sin’
It can be hard to restore your boss' faith in you after a bad first impression. That's why it's important to accumulate good will from the outset.
A former Google exec has used a simple framework every time she’s decided to switch jobs for the last 20 years
Making a career change can be intimidating. Gusto COO and ex-Googler Lexi Reese uses the same, simple approach every time she switches jobs.
An organizational psychologist has a sneaky job-interview question to figure out what it’s really like to work somewhere
Be sure to ask interview questions about company culture, like what happens at this organization that wouldn't happen anywhere else.
A boss should warn employees that, at some point, they'll mess something up — and it's the employees' job to call them out on it.
An expert says there’s only one good time to give your employees feedback, and it’s not during a performance review
Feedback from a boss or a coworker isn't always effective, research suggests — especially if that feedback is negative.
A Wharton professor and organizational psychologist has a simple question for job candidates to turn the tables on their interviewer
Among the more impressive interview questions to ask the hiring manager is, "If you could change one thing about this organization, what would it be?"
There’s a chance that automation won’t mean fewer jobs across the board — in fact, it could mean more
A new report predicts the creation of more jobs across the globe as a result of automation. In some industries, however, many people will lose work.
I tried the free, personalized career-coaching app offered by companies like Zillow and Evernote, and it was a massively productive 45 minutes
Companies using the coaching startup Bravely offer employees free career coaching, whether about talking about a difficult boss or asking for a raise.