- What questions do you wish your employer had asked but never did?
- Employment and the EEOC’s Updated Guidance on Employer Consideration Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions
- Making the transition from being an entrepreneur to an employer
- Supercenter or Club Warehouse — Are they the end of our neighborhood Grocer
- E-Mail Is For Old Folks
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Being humiliated or cursed out can feel especially demeaning in the workplace. Unfortunately, human resources experts say that today’s high stress work environments make these types of unprofessional altercations more likely. Has this happened to you? How did you handle … Continue reading
Each day we spend 8 plus hours at work, which sometimes lead to people forming friendships. These friendships carry over to their personal life that may involve activities such as: going out after business hours for drinks/dinners, going shopping, invitations … Continue reading
What are some of the differences between Gen-X and Gen-Y employees? What positives do Gen-Y employees bring to the workplace and how do you capitalize on them in your business?
As the global playing field becomes increasingly competitive, many business forecasters are predicting that workforce creativity and innovation will be the most important factors in establishing and maintaining a competitive advantage. What creative measures are you employing to stay professionally … Continue reading
In today’s economy competition for talent is fierce, companies compete to get the best candidates. Some companies have taken to “poaching” talent from other companies. For example, Apple employees are sought after because of their highly regarded technical skills so … Continue reading