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Cameron Bishop

Many years ago, before it was called onboarding, companies used to call the process of welcoming new employees “orientation.” And believe it or not, they did it much worse than companies now. During the first three-quarters of the 20th century, the employee mindset was that you’d grow old and die with the company. Organizations didn’t put much effort into welcoming new people because buzzwords like…


Dan Rose

March 2 was Employee Appreciation Day and while many companies do a great job of recognizing their employees, others are ineffective and their employee recognition programs backfire. Instead of putting a little more effort and creativity into their recognition process, these companies retreat to older programs that aren’t successful in rewarding, recognizing or motivating employees. According to Brandon Hall Group’s rewards and recognition research, the…


Cameron Bishop

Unlawful sexual harassment has long been a problem in the workplace. However, starting with the Bill Cosby allegations and exploding with the Harvey Weinstein story, this is now the most visible employment issue in corporate America. In 2018, victims of sexual harassment are now more emboldened to speak up, as they should. In turn—and in remarkable numbers—business leaders in many industries are being called out for…


Dan Rose

Imagine you’re being interviewed for a great new job. It is going good so far, and you are just nailing the questions because you put in the prep time to answer anything about your past jobs and duties. Just when the thought of “Oh, baby … this job is mine!” hits you, the interviewer asks you the weirdest interview question ever, “How many cows are…


Brenda Smyth

Follow Us: by   An estimated 4.1 percent of the U.S. population is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, reports catalyst.org. If you fall into this group or you work with someone who does, you know that many LGBT workers are not “out” at work. And navigating a work relationship/friendship is tricky when large personal segments…


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