An hour of sleep might not be the only thing you lose when the clocks spring forward—daylight savings time could cost you money, too.
“Researchers have estimated the economic cost of that one lost hour at $434 million per year, with effects including higher rates of workplace injuries, lost productivity and sleep-impaired bad judgment.”
Myelle Lansat from grow.acorns.com shares 4 ways to get that lost hour back:
We all know millennials get a bad reputation for spending too much on avocado toast. The truth is, millennials are not only spending beyond their means, but also not saving for their futures. recent study from the National Institute for Retirement Security states that about two-thirds of millennials have nothing saved for retirement
What factors increase the odds of success in organizational leadership development initiatives? These 7 things can make or break your investment’s impact.
In the world of leadership development, if you can demonstrate an impact, you can influence the organization in very important ways. Begin with the end in mind and be clear about what it is that you’re trying to accomplish with your leadership development efforts.
“At Panda Express, we seek candidates who are values-driven, team-oriented and hungry to learn,” she said. “We offer internal programs such as one-on-one coaching, mentorship programs and leadership courses through the University of Panda to help our associates develop both personally and professionally.”
The company touts its “whole person” approach to employee health, which entails physical, mental and emotional well-being. #culture #leadership #wholeperson
Panda Restaurant Group, parent company of the fast-casual Panda Express restaurant chain, has forged a culture based on respect and the opportunity to move up in the organization.
Treating employees with dignity and respect – fundamental performance and engagement drivers. Check out the attached Harvard Business Review article:
“When you ask workers what matters most to them, feeling respected by superiors often tops the list.” That’s Kristie Rogers’ opening statement in her latest article on Harvard Business Review. Though hardly shocking for any contemporary leader or executive, it seems the business world hasn’t yet fully grasped the impact of it. As Kristie goes […]