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"Silicon Valley's Reality: The party is over" – CNBC

"For Silicon Valley, the Hangover Begins" - Wall Street Journal

"Tech Funding Slowdown Hits Venture Capital Firms" - Bloomberg

You’ve seen the headlines and you read the news. You also probably looked at these headlines with skepticism, because you know how bad the hype can be.

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Acquiring great employees is a lot like winning over clients: you find out what they’re looking for and make sure you address that need. For today’s talents, it’s not always about joining the biggest company. It’s about the bigger picture: does the company align with their vision?

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Effective Remote Employee Recognition Programs
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Your remote staff need the same level of morale boosting as your onsite employees. However, this doesn’t mean that what works with the latter will do the same for the former. A tailored remote employee recognition program can help you make sure your remote teams stay productive and on your side.

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In this series of guest posts, team performance expert Joe Slatter of Better Practice discusses the value and challenges of establishing “a common sense” within teams. The third in a three-part series, this post draws lessons from the gaming community that can be applied to teams in the business world. Be sure to read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series!

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