Originally posted back in August, this post bears repeating since we have the upcoming elections this Tuesday:No doubt these are very political times and analysts are predicting a record voter turnout for the upcoming November elections. How will this affect your business? Well, the California Elections Code mandates you give employees up to 2 hours […]
I think Laura Schroeder of Working Girl nailed it in her new movie. That’s right, we’re talking silver screen…From now on, anyone says something about blue headers being better, we get the drift.
This post first appeared in Women of HR: At one time or another we’ve all done it. We have. Instead of making a simple direct statement of our ideas, feelings, or opinions, we preface it with a “devalue tag.” Before we deliver our statement, we apologize, ask permission, or smooth the waters in advance and […]
The recent case of Moore v. Starbucks gives a good indication of the expanding ramifications of workplace sexual harassment and the importance of thoroughly investigating it. If you missed it, the basic facts of the case are these: Kati Moore, a 16 year old back in 2005, began a job at Starbucks. Her 24 year […]