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Bergh talks on IPO day about his turnaround, running a public company and why it’s best to wash your jeans in the shower.

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In a tight labor market, even old-guard companies are piling on new family friendly perks.

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In a memo to employees, CEO David Solomon also outlined steps for boosting the number of women in Goldman's senior ranks ahead of a deadline for reporting what could be another double-digit gender pay gap in Britain.

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According to a 2018 survey of its members, the Society for Human Resource Management found that 4 percent of employers offer access to backup child care.

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The big idea: Don't trust your gut with big, strategic decisions. Wait until a choice can be informed by a number of factors.

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(Your little slugger might be better off in the business world.)

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The safest course for CEOs on Twitter? Stay off it.

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Management guru Marcus Buckingham and Cisco executive Ashley Goodall have some ideas about how you should really talk to employees

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A shareholder group that works with union-sponsored pension funds is proposing to put an employee on the board of Alphabet, Google's parent company

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The new shareholder proposals are urging companies to disclose an unfiltered — and probably unflattering — statistic about discrepancies in pay between male and female employees.

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REI’s Stritzke, Intel’s Krzanich and the shrinking margin of error for CEO behavior

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How the looming chance of another shutdown can feel like the real thing for federal workers

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A quick, visual meme-worthy moment has become one of the most powerful -- if risky -- ways for leaders to burnish their image and send a message, even if an unintentional one.

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What Harvard research tells us about Trump's 60 percent 'executive time.'

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Whatever you call it -- the Budweiser Flu, the Super Bowl Fever -- workplace productivity is expected to take a $4 billion hit

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BuzzFeed decided to pay out earned time off to laid off workers. Avoiding that expense is one reason companies have shifted to unlimited vacation.

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A Howard Schultz’s 2020 run could bring ‘otherworldly’ scrutiny to Starbucks

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Federal workers and their managers will swiftly move from a netherworld of political chaos and confusion to a different sort of crisis: piles of work and high emotions.

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Research shows when there were at least two women being considered for a job, the odds of one of them getting hired went way up. How that will play out in a presidential race that already has more women than ever is unclear.

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More than a dozen other executives are taking pay cuts to keep furloughed contractors on board.

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