This week is suicide prevention week. The problem is much more serious than many realize. Read my post for SHRM on how to create a safe and supportive environment for your employees. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) WISQARS Leading Causes of Death Reports, in 2017: Suicide was the tenth leading […]
Excited to share that we will be starting our Wage and Hour Quicksand Webinar Series soon! We are starting off with a webinar focused in the construction and engineering industry, instructed by Christopher D. Durham and Eric W. Ruden! Click here to register for Wage and Hour Quicksand for Construction Companies and Engineering Firm now! […]
My latest blog for SHRM on talent acquisition and older employees: When I used to eat meat, my favorite food was a hamburger (with French fries). I don’t think I would have been as enthusiastic if I had to order chopped cow. I had dinner with someone eating sushi. I asked them if they would enjoy […]
Avoiding Workplace Discrimination: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation To register, please click here To register, please click here. Click here for any inquiries!
Fireworks on July 4 terrorize animals. Every year, pets (particularly, but not only, dogs) left outside run away. Some are killed by cars. Others end up in shelters with uncertain fates. Please keep your pets inside during fireworks. Consider putting them in a room with shades closed, soft music, favorite food, etc. Note: even if […]
Pay Equity: What Does It Mean If Jared Makes More Than Keisha? To register, please click here. To register, please click here. Click here for any inquiries!
Every year, I write a blog for SHRM on Holocaust Remembrance. This year, Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) is next week on May 2, 2019. This year, we are posting the blog early. Reason: so HR has time to consider some sort of Holocaust commemoration. During the Holocaust, more than 11 million human beings […]
I am happy to share my latest blog post that discusses leadership, labels, and hierarchy. Thank you SHRM: Let’s take a journey back to the Flintstones in Bedrock. Think of the Grand Poobah (without putting on your hat). Now, no reasonable leader would ever refer to themselves as an employee’s Grand Poobah. Actually, some do […]
I am happy to share an addition to my prior blog post, making it a total of ten objectives of successful harassment prevention training! I have spent the last 15 months traveling around the country, talking to organizations of the importance of harassment prevention and inappropriate workplace contact in the #MeToo era. I have provided […]