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Why Americans Used to Hate Hotel Workers
In 1874, popular writer Henry Hooper called the hotel clerk “the supercilious embodiment of Philistinism.” What accounts for the nineteenth century hate?
14 Ways to Make Meetings Less Awful
Can anything be done to make meetings more useful and less dull?
Does Diversity Training Work?
Diversity training seems to be getting more and more attention lately, but a new report shows that the efforts aren't quite good enough.
The Secret to Managing Millennials
Wondering how to manage a workplace full of Millennials? Turns out it's not so different from managing any age workers.
The Trouble with Scientific Management
Frederick Taylor's scientific management theory has some holes in it.
Employee Morale Campaigns: The Early Years
Intensive studies of workers' moods to improve business performance goes back more than 75 years.
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