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Heading for the exit: The impact of negative performance reviews

Used correctly, even a negative performance review can be a positive tool for the business. It can be hugely rewarding and satisfying experience for any employer when a struggling employee manages, with support, to turn things around and become a positive asset to the business.

3 awesome CSR initiatives by top tech companies

As business evolves in the 21st century, there is no shortage of CSR inspiration. From employee engagement programs, reducing environmental footprints to product innovation, good citizenship abounds. Find out what the top companies are doing with CSR initiatives.

5 ways to address an employee’s pay rise request

When it comes to salary negotiations, often employers are unaware of the employee's thoughts toward their pay until they receive a knock on the office door. To be better prepared, here are five tips on how employers can address an employee’s pay rise request.

5 simple ways to enjoy the holiday break and not worry about work

When it comes to salary negotiations, often employers are unaware of the employee's thoughts toward their pay until they receive a knock on the office door. To be better prepared, here are five tips on how employers can address an employee’s pay rise request.

5 ways to destroy a corporate reputation in under 5 minutes

Maintaining a good corporate reputation is tricky business – it can take years to build, but can be torn down in a few seconds. Here are 5 reputation-busters that you need to avoid at all costs.