Deutsche Bank Layoffs Begin as Workers Feel Turnaround Plan’s Impact First
Layoffs, RIFs, Org Restructuring Work Environment

Deutsche Bank Layoffs Begin as Workers Feel Turnaround Plan’s Impact First

Deutsche Bank began firing thousands of employees in Asia, Europe and the United States on Monday, moving quickly on at least one part of a strategy meant to arrest years of losses, scandal and decline. The job cuts, hours after the bank announced a “radical” turnaround plan , were a show of decisiveness at the […]

They're starvation wages - Ex-USA coach and star hope World Cup triumph transforms domestic game
Compensation & Benefits Culture Pay, Performance, Promotions

“They’re Starvation Wages” – Gender Pay Inequality on the Field

The United States have been told they risk losing their status as the best team in women’s football if the “starvation wages” in their domestic league are not addressed. USA won a fourth Women’s World Cup title in Lyon on Sunday, retaining the trophy with a 2-0 victory over Netherlands after knocking out European heavyweights […]

Corporate Culture: The Center of Strong Ethics and Compliance
Culture Values, Code of Conduct

Corporate Culture: The Center of Strong Ethics and Compliance

The lessons learned from scandals and organizational crises that trace back to the early 2000s make one thing clear: Without an ethical and compliant culture, organizations will be at risk. More and more, culture is moving from a lofty, “squishy” concept to something that should be defined, measured and improved. For example, culture is referenced […]

Have all your employees got the skills to solve every day problems?
Innovation & Improvement Process Improvement & Problem Solving Project Management, Six Sigma Start, Stop, or Continue?

Have all your employees got the skills to solve everyday problems?

Click here or on image to view original content and page for: Have all your employees got the skills to solve everyday problems? By Mark Stewart Quite often, organisations experience the following: • Problems that they just can’t solve. Workarounds are institutionalized, even budgeted for • Solving the same problem over and over again. The […]

Leadership Training, Development, Coaching

Leadership development may be linked to reduced burnout rates

Click here or on image to view original content and page for: Leadership development may be linked to reduced burnout rates The general internal medicine division at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has a burnout rate of 13 percent, which is significantly lower than the rate in other divisions. The secret sauce involves […]

Union Benefits Go Far Beyond the Workplace
Layoffs, RIFs, Org Restructuring Representation & Support Unions

Do Unions Benefit Us in Today’s Work Environment?

Click here or on image to view original content and page for: Union Benefits Go Far Beyond the Workplace by Michelle Chen Organized labor has been through a tough half-century, as deindustrialization, economic deregulation, and an all-out right-wing attack have decimated union membership across the country. But new research shows how the benefits of organized […]