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David Novak on Unleashing Employee PowerDavid Novak has a knack for people, and that serves him
well as chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands Inc.,
which operates KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, among other restaurants. This
highly regarded businessman has learned invaluable management tips from some of
America’s top leaders.
Appreciation: A Key to Company SuccessAppreciation, when it becomes part of the corporate
culture, can be the secret weapon that propels companies past their
Don’t Rule Out Applicants Because of Employment History GapsMany businesses are reconsidering their negative
assumptions about employment gaps on applicants’ resumes—and HR is leading the
Stamping Out HarassmentNo harassment prevention program is complete without
manager training. There are at least three reasons managers should be trained
on unlawful harassment.
Resources for ManagersBooks, websites and software to help managers do
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