By a margin of two to one, my readers expressed that it is not acceptable for a business to segregate its restrooms by class of workers.Read More
Workplace learning requires time and money. Actually, according to recent data, it involves massive investments of both.
Do I need to tell you that you are sending the wrong message to your workers if you have class-segregated bathroom?Read More
If you're having a problem with workplace gossip, one solution you might want to avoid is a policy banning it outright, at least according to the recent opinion of an NLRB Administrative Law JudgeRead More
The average age of our workforce is 48 years. We'd like to develop a strategy to prepare for the aging of our workforce, but what's really the most effective thing we should do? Who should be involved or giving input? We know we need to do something, but we aren't sure what's going to be effective. And we don't think we can “hire” our way out of it.
—Not Getting Any Younger, manager human resources, financial services, Amsterdam, New York
Does your 'no overweight hires' policy violate Title VII by screening out pregnant women?Read More
I’ve written before about the need to put the 'human' back in 'human resources.' This case is a textbook example.Read More
The honor of public service comes from performing in line with each organization’s mission, values, and standards.Read More
Despite the ugliness of football player Richie Incognito’s behavior, the fall-out from the incident may one day be seen as a step in the right direction.Read More
You might wonder what players in the NFL, surgeons masked in the operating room, professors in the halls of academia have in common. The answer is a lot.Read More