Category: Research

Should Your Company Start Setting Aside Funds to Negotiate With Cyberextortionists?

At first glance, the answer may seem quite cut and dry: You never negotiate with criminals, and that includes cybercriminals. However, if you consider how many companies have been breached, the likelihood of it happening to your organization, and the lack of viable alternatives, negotiating doesn’t seem like such an outrageous idea. A ThreatTrack Security
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Why Should HR Care About Depression?

HR employees have so much to worry about, coordinating benefits, managing job searches, making sure all of the employees get their annual evaluations, and countless other tasks. Why should they worry about depression in the workplace, on top of all of that? According to recent research, depression is a nefarious beast that could be sapping
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Two-Thirds of Managers Need Guidance on How to Coach and Develop Employees

  Organizations want high-performing workers, and employees want to develop the skills and knowledge they need to advance their career and make them more valuable to the organization. So far, it sounds like everyone is on the same page. However, managers are the bridge from Point A to Point B – and that’s a problem
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If You Love Your Employees, Let Them Go

If you let your employees go, there’s a good chance they will not only come back, but will also be more loyal, less stressed, and more productive. So how do you let your employees go? With three simple words: paid time off. According to The Lockton Survey Report, paid time off (PTO) is a significant
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