As head of the Workforce Educational Organization's academic advisory committee, Susan Lambert is helping to shape its professional certification on scheduling and other workforce management matters to take into account employer and employee views.
To me, the WEO is a good example of an all-win approach. We need more business and professional organizations with this sort of inclusive vision.Read More
Consultant Mary Sobon says these ingredients are key to a healthy corporate culture with large populations of virtual employees.Read More
The Hanford Concerns Council in Washington state was formed according to state mediation laws, and members include company representatives, advocacy group members and independent parties.
In most cases, employees know the right thing to do morally or ethically, but aren't sure how to discuss it. "The primary reason people don't speak up is fear of retaliation and fear of futility," says Mary Gentile, a research scholar at Babson College in Babson Park, Massachusetts.
In addition to our web news and analysis coverage, we've posted transcripts of the arguments from all three days.Read More
Leaders increasingly lack the skills needed to recognize and address employee discontent, which allows decisions and actions to appear unfair or potentially illegal even when they may not be. Read More
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As part of our 90th anniversary, Workforce Management is talking to some of the people and organizations that helped influence today's workplace. In this installment, Workforce Management senior editor Ed Frauenheim speaks with Jim Quigley, a senior partner at Deloitte and the former CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, about both the way accounting firms came to excel as great places to work and his new book about leadership, "As One."Read More