The Salary Dilemma: Should You Be Open About worker’s Pay?

When you start a new business and have just one or two workers, it is both easy and practical to make salary decisions on a...

Beyond salary: Negotiating for job satisfaction and success

  Most people enter employment negotiations assuming that compensation and benefits are the only issues on the table, according to Negotiation editorial board member...

Are arbitration clauses killing development of domestic law?

Dorothy Murray ▪ King & Wood Mallesons Nine months on from a controversial speech on international arbitration by Lord Thomas, the Lord Chief Justice,DorothyMurray,a partner...

Strikes and indiscipline will defeat the purpose of job creation

  By: K. B. Asante The political parties have now generally embraced job creation as a major tool for individual well-being and economic growth.  The party...

Reclaiming Mediation’s Future: Getting Over the Intoxication of Expertise, Re-Focusing on Party Self-Determination

By : Robert A. Baruch Bush, Joseph P. Folger For us and the colleagues we’ve worked with for many years, our first premise has always...

COMPONENTS OF ACTIVE LISTENING

Now that the HRM is in a position to start ‘really’ listening, he/she needs to break down the main components of active listening to...