If you work for someone who takes credit for triumphs while blaming glitches and failures on others, here's what to do.Anne Fisher, contributor - Oct 10, 2013 11:24 AM ET
Asking employees to evaluate each other's work is now widespread, but the trend makes labor lawyers cringe. Here's why.Anne Fisher, contributor - Oct 8, 2013 12:22 PM ET
Hiring extra help for the holidays? These practices from Fortune's Best Companies to Work For list could help make the season bright.
FORTUNE -- Dear Annie: I was promoted to store manager, in charge of two locations for a regional retail chain, in mid-July, so this is the first holiday season that I'll be in charge of hiring extra people to help out from November to January. I have two goals MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Oct 4, 2013 1:02 PM ET
Companies can now do more with less, says a new study, for a surprising reason: The least productive workers stepped up their game.Anne Fisher, contributor - Oct 3, 2013 12:23 PM ET
Ever since grunge-garbed tech heroes captured the zeitgeist, confusion has reigned over corporate dress codes. But it's smart not to take "casual" too far.Anne Fisher, contributor - Sep 26, 2013 1:16 PM ET
Manpower Group's latest survey shows many employers plan to add jobs. But more hires will be "non-traditional," rather than full-time.
FORTUNE -- Looking for signs that this lackluster economic recovery might finally start generating more jobs? How about this: When global staffing behemoth Manpower Group polled 18,000 U.S. employers in a wide range of industries about their hiring plans for the fourth quarter of this year, about 18% said they expect MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Sep 25, 2013 11:47 AM ET
Plenty of companies that want to be innovative say they encourage risk-taking. But what happens to your reputation when you bet big and lose?Anne Fisher, contributor - Sep 20, 2013 1:18 PM ET
Despite an October 1 deadline for getting the word out, 70% of workers say their employers haven't yet told them how their benefits could change.Anne Fisher, contributor - Sep 18, 2013 1:51 PM ET
Especially if yours was the acquired company, it's a whole new ball game now. Here's how to swing for the fences.Anne Fisher, contributor - Sep 13, 2013 11:17 AM ET
Global companies are sending about 4 million IT, finance, human resources, and procurement jobs to countries where labor costs are lower.
FORTUNE -- Anyone wondering why the current economic recovery has featured such stubbornly high unemployment might want to consider this piece of the puzzle: Since 2008, U.S. and European companies have moved an average of 365,000 white-collar jobs to cheaper labor markets each year, for a total (so far) of MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Sep 12, 2013 11:23 AM ET
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