Tele-Mental Health in the Workplace is Crucial to Employee Morale and Productivity. Here’s Why

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. How can leaders keep their organization or business functioning through these times? By understanding and prioritizing mental well-being. With the world lurching endlessly between global health and economic crises, conditions have never been more challenging for employers or employees. In the context of record workforce and resource … Read more

How Does a Leader’s Mindset Affect the Office Environment?

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Effective leadership is necessary if you want your business to succeed. As a leader, you set the agenda, prioritize the work being completed and delegate tasks to other employees. Employees likely turn to you for guidance, support and feedback. That means your mindset will affect the tone … Read more

5 Ways to Support Your Company’s Quiet Quitters

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Employers have long received freebies from their workforce. ADP research reveals that employees work an average of nine hours of unpaid overtime every week, amounting to a loss of $17,726 in annual income. Is there any wonder that Gallup research finds 64% of workers are either not … Read more

You Can Always Do Better. Here’s How to Get DEI Right

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) have never been more important. The pandemic made historical and structural biases more glaring than ever, and a rise in public scrutiny over social injustices has been driving the business world to take action. Organizational DEI policies — the active steps to … Read more

8 Effective Tips for Conducting Layoffs with Efficiency and Integrity

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Letting go of employees never gets easier. The longer your tenure spans, the more you understand the demoralizing ramifications of a layoff. Whether the person about to be let go deserves it or not, they are still human and should be afforded the dignity to leave on … Read more

Don’t fall for the “We’re a Family” Trap in the Workplace. Here’s 6 Reasons Why.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you’ve ever heard “we’re a familyfrom your place of business, you’ll know what I mean when I say how dangerous of a job dynamic that can be. In today’s virtual workplace, employees are getting more and more tasks piled atop them in exchange for the convenience … Read more

Transform Your Life and Workplace with These Gratitude Hacks

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Decades of research have shown us that gratitude is one of the most powerful emotions we can feel. It can increase our overall well-being, improve our relationships and increase our physical health. Yet, gratitude is often overlooked as a valuable business tool. We focus on the more … Read more

Shaking the Monday Blues and Improving Employee Engagement

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Most of us know the feeling. Maybe it comes Sunday evening or at the first sound of the alarm the next morning, but the dread of going to work on Monday after two days of freedom can make a job seem like the absolute worst. If people … Read more

5 Innovative Ways to Create Growth Opportunities for Your Employees

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In some ways, never changing can feel like the right thing to do. That’s thanks to the cozy blanket of familiarity it wraps you in. Avoid change for long enough, though, and you’ll start to wonder why there aren’t any new challenges — and why you aren’t … Read more

5 Easy Ways to Create Stronger Workplace Connection

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. “One of the best things about working for StoneAge is my relationships with co-workers. I love the people I work with! I learned something new about one of my teammates the other day, and everything clicked. Now I understand why she gets defensive when I ask her … Read more