Tech firms bet big on talent during the early years of the pandemic but are now laying off employees in record numbers.
What You’re Getting Wrong About Productivity and Deadlines
Many managers believe that deadlines motivate workers to get things done that might otherwise be put off. However, a new study says that maybe the opposite is true!
How to Support Women in Leadership Roles
Despite the gains that women have achieved in rising to senior leadership roles in the workplace, there are still challenges that remain.
Upper Management Faces Serious Burnout Too
All kinds of workers experience burnout to some degree. Even leaders need to take steps to reduce work-related stress for their health.
Multiple Employment: The Start of a Trend?
Could the trend of multiple employment become a disaster for the modern workforce? One CEO shares his thoughts on LinkedIn.
Diversity Is Key to Success in the Tech Sector
At Sharp Decisions, we know diversity is a powerful indicator of future success. Despite that, companies across the tech sector still struggle to build a diverse workforce.
Do Job Candidates Really Need a Bachelor’s Degree to Work in Tech?
More than 25% of IT workers currently employed in the U.S. do not hold a bachelor’s degree; is a degree necessary to work in tech? Read on to find out more.
What You’re Getting Wrong About Quiet Quitting
You might assume quiet quitting involves workers dropping all of their responsibilities until they have achieved the bare minimum workload, but that’s not the case. Read on to learn the truth about quiet quitting.
How Being a Good Teacher Helps You Be a Better Manager and Leader
As a manager, it’s important to know how to help your employees. When you learn what methods of learning work for them, you become a better teacher. Learn more:
What do hiring freezes at big companies and low cash-flow for startups mean for workers?
How can job seekers, employed or not, obtain new positions? Here are a few tips for the current market.