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5 Workplace Conflict Examples – And How to Handle Them


Conflict – it’s something every leader deals with, no matter their skill or experience level. There will always be complaints, disagreements, and problems that require your attention. The key is learning how to handle these conflicts in a manner that contributes to a happier, more productive work environment.  As a leader, it’s up to you…

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Working Without Boundaries: Practical and Legal Issues Employers Need to Know? — Conversation Continued


In July 2021 we had the first conversation addressing the accelerated demands for remote working throughout the county and the world. Overwhelmingly, the panelists received requests to expand the conversation. Whether you attended the first session or not, this will be a don’t miss the discussion, with experts tackling the many difficult questions related to…

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Examining the Importance of Workplace Discrimination Training & Investigation


No one wants to be discriminated against based on their race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion – especially in their workplace. Any form of discrimination can negatively affect people, but discrimination in workplace organizations is illegal throughout the United States.  A recent supreme court ruling showcases current-day issues around discrimination, which universities and employers alike…

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Working Without Boundaries: Practical and Legal Issues Employers Need to Know 


COVID-19 accelerated the need for remote working quicker than many businesses anticipated. While employers and employees have adjusted to the new normal, the change in the workplace has raised many employment-related questions. Join Andy Botwin of Strategy People Culture LLC, Wayne Pinkstone of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Colby Colarossi of ADP, and Richard Jones of Sullivan & Worcester…

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Workplace Microaggressions: 15 Often Misused Words That Offend


Thanks to diversity training and heightened awareness in workplaces, many people strive to eliminate phrases and words that can be interpreted as “microaggressions.”  A microaggression can be defined as an everyday behavior or phrase, intentional or unintentional, indicating bias or hatred toward a historically marginalized group. Unlike overt displays of bigotry, microaggressions are often committed…

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