By Gale Mote / Guest Editorial
Employee engagement figures have not changed much over the past decade and a half. According to the Gallup Corporation’s “State of the American Workplace” study, released in 2013, disengaged employees (70 percent) greatly outnumber engaged employees (30 percent). Those numbers have not really moved since the organization published its “12 Questions of a Great Place to Work” study in 1999.
By Greg Dardis / Guest Editorial
Seven seconds. That’s the amount of time it takes for someone to form their first impression of you. So before you’ve said much of anything – if anything at all – others have already sized you up.
By Joe Sheller / Guest Editorial
In March, my wife and I visited Washington, D.C. While there, I experienced a few hours at the Newseum, a museum devoted to news media.