By Anne Stych for Bizwomen. Girl Scouts will have a new cookie to sell this year and for the first time will be able to earn a "cookie business" badge while they’re doing it. The Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) announced today that the “Adventurefuls” cookie, an “indulgent brownie-inspired cookie with caramel-flavored crème and a hint of sea salt,” would be added to the lineup for the 2022 Girl Scout Cookie season. The cookie business badges, sponsored by payments and fin
By Sydney Ember for the NYTimes How productive was your day? It’s a complicated question, especially for some remote workers over the past year and a half.
Part of the problem is the definition of productivity. As a macroeconomic measure, it means the total output per hour of work. That is, the number of, say, frying pans a worker can make in an hour. The data is reported on a quarterly basis by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and economists use it to determine a society
By Ellen Sherberg for Bizwomen. Good news — you’re hiring again. Other news — it’s hard to find people and tougher to keep them.
During the pandemic, WorkBoard saw an uptick in business from a wide range of industries, and we experienced major growth: hiring 82 people in the first part of the year, with a large portion of those hires being younger millennials. Two-thirds of corporate recruiters say their organization has a difficult time managing millennials, but we beli
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