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The Lavender Graduating Class of 2015 Lacks Legal Protection
Careers and Work

The Lavender Graduating Class of 2015 Lacks Legal Protection

… Moving Into The Workplace By Riley Folds College graduation season is finally here.  Students have taken their last finals, physically moving out of dorms, and transitioning mentally from being a student on campus to a professional in the workplace.  For most, this transition began months ago by attending career fairs, […]

The Craziest/Best Boss I’ve Ever Had
Business / Business & Career Opportunities / Careers and Work

The Craziest/Best Boss I’ve Ever Had

By Deanna Ricke I’ve been in corporate America for more than 25 years, and I’ve worked for a lot of bosses, many of whom I liked and respected, but no one inspired me like Georgia. Georgia taught me many things, but the most important lesson I learned from her was […]

USING BODY LANGUAGE TO DEAL WITH LOW MORALE SITUATIONS AT WORK
Body Language / Business / Careers and Work / Communication

USING BODY LANGUAGE TO DEAL WITH LOW MORALE SITUATIONS AT WORK

The lift door opened with a click to the nameplate of AllSolutions Technologies and Sandra heaved a sigh in anticipation of another tough day ahead. Office had not always seemed like a battlefield but these days she had to keep glancing at her watch to figure out how many hours […]

Are You Creating a Culture of Exile?
Business / Careers and Work / Leadership

Are You Creating a Culture of Exile?

Five Warning –Signs Your Employees May Lack a Vital Sense of Belonging When employees feel they belong, they’ll give you their all. When they don’t, well, you’ll get only crumbs. Christine Comaford explains why belonging is such a powerful human drive and offers tips on what you can do to […]

Can You Really Measure Culture? The Numbers Side of the Soft Edge
Careers and Work

Can You Really Measure Culture? The Numbers Side of the Soft Edge

Look at any “Best Places to Work” list and you can see what great culture looks like. Companies that have what Rich Karlgaard describes as a healthy “soft edge” reward and recognize great work. They prioritize innovation and creativity. Their leaders walk the mission statement talk. Yeah, yeah, yeah. We […]

Why Smart Employers Care About Work/Life  Balance
Business / Leadership

Why Smart Employers Care About Work/Life Balance

and How to Help Your People Find It If you assume that creating a healthy work/life balance is your employees’ responsibility,  Dr. Carmella Sebastian would like to encourage you to reconsider that position. When you take steps to help your people separate their personal and professional lives and reduce  their […]

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