Gallup.com editors' picks for the top articles from 2015 on managing performance and developing employees in a 21st-century workplace:
One in two U.S. adults said they left their job to get away from their manager -- and improve their life overall -- at some point during their career.
Many large organizations have experienced the dysfunction of once-a-year performance conversations, and they're ditching the practice.
When companies put these 10% in managerial roles, they naturally engage team members and customers, retain top performers, and sustain a culture of high productivity.
When it comes to the topic of women in management, times have changed -- and so have attitudes toward female supervisors.
An estimated 2.7 million workers are feeling burned out, and the problem is costly to the European Union's largest economy.
Though Americans may be politically polarized, they've found consensus in one area: the need for the U.S. to invest in the talent of its workforce.