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Juno -v- Uber: The Rise Of Employee Advocacy

At the recent Techcrunch Disrupt NY conference one of the main topics under discussion was Employee Advocacy. The need for businesses to engage with their staff is not new, but it has come to the fore recently with news that Juno a new rideshare & taxi app is taking on the more established Uber. 1,076 more words

Technology

Why retrenchment shouldn't be the last resort.

(Source: www.fivestarsandamoon.com)

Yes, retrenching workers should not be the last resort.

No, I’m not saying that it should come early. Heck, it shouldn’t it even come at all. 428 more words

Current Affairs

Don't Pay Less

“Don’t pay your employees less, coz no matter how less you pay them, you can’t make them experienced less. You are just building them up for someone else to appreciate them better – At your cost.”

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iPhone And Samsung Supplier Foxconn Replaces 60,000 Employees With Robots

While robots have already been taking human jobs in many industries such as car manufacturing, as they become increasingly sophisticated there are growing fears they will put more employees at risk. 371 more words

Real News

McDonald's Ex USA CEO Says It's Cheaper To Replace Fast-Food Human Workers With Robots

Former McDonald’s USA CEO Ed Rensi has said it would be cheaper to hire robots to replace the company’s staff than to pay them the $15 minimum wage that many are demanding in protests across the country. 318 more words

Real News

Job Description Accuracy & Consistency

Originally posted on May 12, 2016 at burrconsultingllc.com

 “It’s not my job” or “It’s not in my job description.”  Anyone that has been a supervisor or manager has heard one of those two statements at least once in their career.  538 more words

Consulting

Why the U.S. Decided That Managers Deserve Overtime Too

(Source: hbr.org)

The difference between white collar and blue collar jobs isn’t just the type of work being done. It’s how people are compensated for it, according to the U.S. 783 more words

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