From Trendy to the “New Norm” — Remote Work is Here is Stay

Telecommuting, virtual teams, remote roundtables…… what does all this mean and what does it mean for your organization?  Exploring remote work can be daunting and the data around this topic is overwhelming. Here are a few things that we’d like to share from our own research. Summary of Telecommuting Trends: Regular work-at-home, among the non-self-employed population, has grown by 173% since 2005, 11% faster …

Compromise Kills Innovation!

lightbulb getting an idea!

The most innovative leaders of our time were mostly assholes. Why? They refused to budge on their idea. Everything in their body told them what needed to be done to make their idea happen, and they refused to compromise on even the smallest details. This is how greatness happens. True change only happens when someone is unwilling to listen to …

Would You Pay .5% of Your Salary to Employ Your CEO?

Graph showing that CEO pay increases at faster pace than worker pay.

Let’s say you make $50,000. That means you would pay $250 annually to keep your CEO employed. Are you willing to do that? That’s, on average, how much each employee of a Fortune 500 company pays for their corporate F500 CEO in terms of the executive compensation of a CEO. Now, I know you don’t really pay any money out of …

“My Company” vs “Our Company”

By Tim Sackett I was listening to some of my recruiters talk to candidates the other day. I like to do that from time to time. You learn a lot about your team, your jobs, your hiring managers, your engagement levels. One of the things I overheard was something like, “I’m going to tell you about the benefits that “MY” …