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Beyond Jeans on Friday

By Pam McGee

In the ’70s, progressive workplaces implemented dress down days or “jeans on Fridays.” In the ’80s, progressive workplaces implemented business casual, flextime, and job sharing. In the ’90s, progressive workplaces implemented remote offices, home offices, sandals as part of the dress code, and no set work schedule. In the 2000s, progressive workplaces have implemented “leadership is everywhere,” frequent travel, free soda, on-site daycare, global titles, and part-time management schedules. What does a business in 2010 and beyond have to do to go on the offensive and create the workplace of the future? A workplace that attracts a vibrant employee, distinguishes them from their competitors, and weathers the economic cycles? Read more »

Tired of Surprises? Switch from Reactive to Proactive Mode

By Tracy Faleide

It’s been a year full of surprises. The global financial crisis is the first one that comes to mind; your bill at the end of a quick trip through the grocery store is another. With a few exceptions – like finding a wadded up 20-dollar bill in your pants pocket or getting an unexpected tax rebate – we’ve become accustomed to surprises that are mostly bad in nature. Not only does this sap our energy, but it also eats away at one of our best characteristics as a nation: optimism. I say it’s time to fight back by once again turning seemingly insurmountable odds to our favor. As I see it, the easiest way to do this is to take charge by getting out of reactive mode and moving to proactive mode. Read more »

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