Make Your Lab the Best Place to Work; Disciplinary Action; That's Chancellor Clinton to you!

Front Page | Make Your Lab the Best Place to Work; Blending Biology and Computational Skills; Chancellor Clinton?... at Oxford? Courtesy of Beverly Kaye TIP TROVE | Make Your Lab the Best Place to Work Talent-focused, senior leaders create an environment that is fun to work in.... That is critical. It's all about asking yourself, "Do I get on the never ending bandwagon--its perks, its dollars, its perks, its dollars...? Or do I look to other benefits? Am I doing flex-time, do I provide a

Beverly Kaye
Feb 9, 2003

Front Page | Make Your Lab the Best Place to Work; Blending Biology and Computational Skills; Chancellor Clinton?... at Oxford?


Courtesy of Beverly Kaye

TIP TROVE | Make Your Lab the Best Place to Work

Talent-focused, senior leaders create an environment that is fun to work in.... That is critical. It's all about asking yourself, "Do I get on the never ending bandwagon--its perks, its dollars, its perks, its dollars...? Or do I look to other benefits? Am I doing flex-time, do I provide a flex-place to work?" Scientists and engineers also want to have smart peers and a chance to talk and mull with them.

--Beverly Kaye, CEO of Career Systems International, is the coauthor of Love 'em or Lose 'em: Getting Good People to Stay.

 

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WHAT: La Jolla Interfaces in Sciences (LJIS) two-year fellowship

WHY: To help postdoctoral fellows blend biology with...

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