Are you planning to lay off employees and use your same template severance agreement which hasn’t been modified in the last year? Better think again, particularly if you plan to terminate an employee’s health coverage. The American Rescue Plan Act ...Read More »
With so many people now homebound, videoconferences have become the new communication norm. From board meetings to happy hours to religious services, videoconference technology has allowed us to stay connected, continue business, remain observant and socialize. Personally, I enjoy getting ...Read More »
I’m a fan of the TV sitcom “The Office.” The character who is the manager of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton office, Michael Scott, is a lovable buffoon who constantly creates compromising situations that would be a nightmare for any human resources ...Read More »
Gossip. Harassment. Sabotage. Pessimism. No business can truly succeed when employees and managers routinely engage in these behaviors. Workplaces become toxic without general civility and respect and, worse, are destined to fail without strong leaders to identify and correct the ...
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