Imagine running a company with two million associates. That’s bigger than the population of 150 countries. Walmart is second in the world only to the People’s Republic of China in how many people it employs. Having such a large global staff brings with it both
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Is it possible to have a huge team of engaged, results-driven employees, even if nearly half of them work from home? While many companies would say that employees need to be in the same physical location to collaborate, Magellan Health shows that workplace flexibility can
A company that facilitates networking and helps people find the best places to work is also a best place to work itself. LinkedIn has grown from 300 employees just 10 years ago to more than 12,000 employees today. Part of the reason for LinkedIn’s success has been its commitment to a strong company culture. Through times of growth and transition, the culture and core principles have stayed the same.
As one of the oldest and largest elevator companies in the world, Otis Elevator Co. services more than 2 million elevators around the world every single day. On any given day, a staggering 2 billion people use Otis products. We often take elevators and escalators
Before you leave your desk in a fit of rage and walk out of your 9-5 office job to start your own company, you might want to make sure you’ve thought through the entire plan. That’s the advice of former eBay and LiveOps executive Maynard Webb. Maynard says that building a company from scratch can be incredibly rewarding, but it’s also incredibly frustrating and definitely not something everyone can do.
Two of the biggest buzzwords in business these days are transparency and authenticity. But according to bestselling author, speaker, and entrepreneur Seth Godin, it’s time to throw those words out of our vocabularies. Brands and people shouldn’t aim to be authentic or transparent. That’s because a workplace culture that claims to allow employees to be authentic or transparent is a lie.
If you’ve called a wireless providers to change your service, an online company to place an order, an airline to book a ticket, or a healthcare plan to update your coverage, you’ve likely talked to an Alorica employee.
With more than 100,000 employees across the globe, Alorica is one of the biggest customer experience providers in the world. In the past three years, the company has grown more than four times—staggering growth for a company in any industry
It’s no secret that technology moves quickly. Much of the technology we depend on today wasn’t even around five or 10 years ago. It’s an exciting time, but the growth of technology can also bring a lot of anxiety. People are worried about getting left behind and not being able to contribute at work or in society.
When most people think of tech hubs, Cleveland, Ohio isn’t the first place that comes to mind. But enterprise software company Hyland is bucking the trend and drawing top talent away from Silicon Valley and other big cities. According to Hyland CEO Bill Priemer, all it takes is a strong corporate culture and some out-of-the-box thinking.
Most people start their careers with high hopes and expectations of what the future will bring. But as time moves forward and you get settled in a job, things might not be as great as you hoped they would be, and you’re faced with the question of if you should stick it out in your current situation or move on to something new.