That’s approximately how many discrimination in the workplace charges were leveled against employers in 2010, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Here’s a rundown of the group’s statistics on discrimination in the workplace allegations,…
What is good customer service and how do you teach good customer service to your employees? This post is one of my personal favorites. I wrote it based on an experience that I had last year when I decided to try a new Ophthalmologist.
ESBHR Podcast Interview: People Management Tips– Employee Loyalty and Retention (20 min, 38 sec) Are employee retention and employee loyalty non-existent within your company? Do you need tips on how to build employee loyalty? The podcast The Loyalty Factor , “People Management Tips — Employee Loyalty and Retention” featuring Dianne Durkin will help you to […]
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a women’s issue, right? Not necessarily. In fact, federal civil rights laws provide protections for both men and women working in a hostile work environment, according to a recent appeals court ruling.
We live in a world where it sometimes feels like the threat of violence is ever present. Violence in the workplace is an unfortunate and scary extension of this alarming trend. What is workplace violence exactly?
I don’t know too many people who enjoy confrontation. Sometimes it may feel easier to just ignore or excuse a difficult employees’ behavior with the promise to yourself that you’ll deal with your employee’s bad behavior the ‘next time’ the behavior occurs in the workplace.
Managing employees can be a wonderful experience when you have employees who understand the importance of being team players, who follow through on assignments, and who maintain a level of professionalism in the workplace.
Many employers are uncomfortable with considering physically disabled candidates for job openings. It’s the one form of hiring discrimination that seems to be the hardest to overcome. I once heard someone liken being disabled with being an invisible minority.
Sometimes the best way to understand a situation is to learn from similar experiences. The following story is a hypothetical situation of an employer who needs to think about the best way to end a working relationship because of attendance issues.
Managing employees isn’t easy, even when you’re not faced with difficult employee issues. Taking action when there are inappropriate situations with your staff in the workplace is all part of the supervisory role. voiding difficult work place issues creates–