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10 Productivity Stats That Will Surprise You

The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that Americans spend more time at work than they do sleeping. Not all of that time at the office is well-spent, though.

Here are 10 productivity statistics that will surprise you.

April 14, 2016


What Do Your Employees Really Want? Get Ready To Read Their Minds

The key to being a successful manager who retains employees is understanding how each individual is different depending on age, gender, and life experiences. Knowing specifically what an employee wants to get out of their job, how interested the employee is in career advancement, and what motivates the employee can reduce turnover and help you build a team that’s in it for the long haul.

April 6, 2016


A Primer On Self-Care For Creatives

Whoever coined the phrase “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” obviously never came up against an end-of-the-fiscal-year deadline, departmental budget cuts or the short runway of a fledgling startup. Even creatives who love the opportunity to build and share beautiful pieces of work with the world (yes, catalogs and ad copy can be beautiful) often experience stress and are subject to producing this beauty on demand and according to the specifications of internal or external stakeholders. If you’re a creative who’s currently feeling in need of some self-care, consider the following four steps.

January 29, 2016

How Time Tracking Can Help You Become A Better Team Leader

How Time Tracking Can Help You Become A Better Team Leader

Time tracking gets a bad rap, conjuring up images of workplaces where the clock takes precedence over the individual employee and doing more in fewer hours, no matter the toll on workers, is of paramount importance. Once you’re able to get past any knee-jerk negative associations, however, there is real value in time tracking.

November 12, 2015

Flash Goes the Way of the Dodo

Flash Goes the Way of the Dodo

Don’t let your team’s productivity fall victim to outdated technology.

August 5, 2015