Challenging behaviours in the workplace come in many forms. If not managed correctly, they can become a workplace hazard and impact on productivity.
Company culture is something that is easily overlooked with distributed teams, especially as a company scales.
I have finally realised that your company culture is absolutely core to the success of your business, and it starts from day one.
The global war for tech talent still rages, and it can lead companies to panic and grab candidates who aren’t a good fit. Startups in particular tend to make several key mistakes when hiring.
For decades, professionals around the world were resigned to joining the rat race and commuting to the office each day, with managers believing in their employees’ productivity only if they saw them chained to their desks from 9 to 5. As technology has developed, however, employers have come to accept that the nature of work… Read more »
Melbourne’s BetterView aims to help job candidates showcase their skills through colleague endorsements
BetterView was built on the observation that a resume can tell you what someone has done, but not whether they are actually any good at it or what their potential might be.
Looking to take its company culture to the next level as it scales up is Airtasker, which recently appointed Mahesh Muralidhar as its new Head of People Operations.
In a Medium post on October 1st, BigCommerce cofounder Mitchell Harper announced that he and his cofounder had stepped away from daily-active roles within the business they created together after hiring a good CEO. The pair will remain on the company’s board.