The average worker loses 11 days of productivity each year due to insomnia, and companies are taking notice

Goldman Sachs has brought in sleep experts, Google hosts “sleeposium” events and LinkedIn just launched a new program for its workers.

News

LinkedIn reverses course after backlash from its users

LinkedIn reverses course after backlash from its users

More and more companies are sorting out how to reply when consumers publicly slam their strategy shifts.

In Silicon Valley, many want sharing salary info to be less taboo

In Silicon Valley, many want sharing salary info to be less taboo

A former Google engineer is getting praise for broaching the taboo subject.

This CEO lets his employees elect their bosses. Here’s why.

This CEO lets his employees elect their bosses. Here’s why.

Dane Atkinson says that employees know best which of co-workers would make great leaders.

Analysis, Arguments & Advice

Talking leadership with the head of the Maritime Administration

Talking leadership with the head of the Maritime Administration

Chip Jaenichen talks about bringing his military leadership style to the civilian sector and what he learned from Attila the Hun.

McCain’s response to Trump is everything it should be, and more

McCain’s response to Trump is everything it should be, and more

While episodes like this may show us the worst sides of the political process, McCain’s response is a reminder that they can also show us the best.

The huge gap between how federal workers and federal leaders see the workplace

The huge gap between how federal workers and federal leaders see the workplace

Federal senior executives, you’ve got a problem.

Research

Nearly 30% of new board members appointed this past year were women

Nearly 30% of new board members appointed this past year were women

So why is the overall number of women on boards still relatively flat?

How our workplace environment affects our weekend mood

How our workplace environment affects our weekend mood

Research shows the workplace has a greater effect than spending time with friends and family.

Have a large signature? For chief financial officers, that could spell trouble

Have a large signature? For chief financial officers, that could spell trouble

Researchers found an overall link between big handwriting and financial misreporting.

Leadership conversations

Accenture CEO explains why he’s overhauling performance reviews

In this extended interview, Pierre Nanterme talks about why he’s changing the way his huge company operates.

More from the series

Profiles

Virgin’s stunt man

Richard Branson’s famous antics to promote the brand don’t quite come naturally — but they get the job done.

Resigned.

The fast fall of a Washington career.