Starbucks Employees: Maternity Leave Policy Benefits Corporate Staff Not Baristas

Starbucks employee says the company’s new parental leave policy – including up to 12 weeks of paid leave to parents – only benefits its corporate employees.

7 Tips For Handling Conflict Resolution In The Office

It’s important to understand that there will be conflicts that arise, and that is a normal part of having people spend so much time working together. Along with addressing it right away, here are 7 tips for handling conflict resolution in the office:

Why “Act Like a Man” No Longer Serves Women

In the past, any woman who wanted to climb the corporate ladder was forced to “act like a man.” Here’s why we no longer need to take that approach.

#ThatsHarassment Depicts Sexual Harassment In The Workplace hosted a panel after the premiere of #ThatsHarassment, a new video series produced by David Schwimmer depicting sexual harassment at work.

Five Clichés And “Don’t Says” To Avoid

Those pointless little phrases you use at work might be sending exactly the wrong message to your staff. Avoid these five cliches.

Networking Is Not Trolling For People Who Will Pay You Money

Some people are abusing the term networking and using it as a means to ask people for money. Kathy has a real talk about what networking is and isn’t.

The 8 Most Damaging Ways People Let Themselves Down Every Day

People see outer circumstances as the culprit for their dissatisfaction in life, but Kathy explains the way our inner state can let us down every day.

How To Stop Comparison From Destroying Your Business and Happiness

Every time you compare yourself to someone else, you’re letting comparison steal your joy, profits and prosperity. Here’s how to avoid the nasty habit.

6 Classic Leadership Styles: Which One Are You?

The truly adept leader will assess the team and employ a leadership style that will offer support and ensure desired results. Know which style to use when.

Put The Fun Back In Business To See Your Business Thrive

Simone Milasas shares her wisdom on treating business like a playground and recommends these three steps to put the fun back in business.