The ‘Hawaiian Renaissance,’ which helped restore the language and time-honored cultural practices, has changed workplaces in Hawaii, especially at tourist hotels.
Articles by Susan Hauser
Dialogue and the exchange of cultural information happen through the fast-food giant’s Intercultural Learning Practice and Intercultural Learning Lab.
Companies say programs that honor different minority groups pay off.
Nothing is on the U.S. Supreme Court docket yet but with recent passage of liberal marijuana-use laws, a case could fire up justices.
Despite voter approval liberalizing pot laws in two states, state marijuana laws haven’t taken away an employer’s right to maintain a drug-free workplace, especially as mandated by the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 for companies with federal grants or contracts.
Following voter approval of recreational marijuana use in Washington state and Colorado, one employment lawyer nevertheless recommends making any necessary revisions to company drug policies so no gray areas exist between state and federal law.
A certificate isn’t enough in today’s business climate, in which expectations of human resources professionals have never been higher, experts say.
Companies nationwide are learning that sustainability has taken on a new holistic view of how the company treats the Earth and its inhabitants—particularly employees, stakeholders and customers.
To celebrate Workforce Management’s 90th anniversary, we’re running a series of articles looking at important workforce-related issues with a then-and-now theme. This installment examines women in the workforce in the 1970s and today.