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Key to a Good Recognition Program? Tie It to Values
Overworked and Burned Out-But Still Happy at Work?
Inclusive Culture, Prompt Investigations Prevent Retaliation
How to Get Real Value from Enterprise Social Networks
EEOC Hearing: Make Anti-Harassment Training More Effective
Put Vacation Policies in Writing
More Regulation to Prevent Sleep Deprivation on the Job May Be Brewing
When a Highly Creative Worker Tends Toward Neuroticism
Prayer Breaks, Flexible Hours Helpful During Ramadan
'White Appreciation Day' Raises Ire, But Why?
Political Debates in the Workplace: Where to Draw the Line
“If you have innovative employees, but a workplace culture that doesn't support them, they will fail.” ~ Ben Casnocha
In July 2014, Littler published its third annual Executive Employer Survey, which examined how the nation’s largest employers are being affected by current economic conditions and regulatory changes.
Not surprisingly, the survey found an increase in the number of employers whose employees are so disenchanted and disengaged that they’re suing their companies more aggressively, primarily for discrimination and harassment.
A Chicago company recently made national headlines for installing a system that monitors employee bathroom breaks. If you haven’t seen the story, you can check it out here.
Should leaders tell employees they have high potential?
There are pros and cons to doing so.
The advantages to telling select employees that they have high potential include:
ORLANDO, FLA.--Let’s say you work at “The Happiest Place on Earth.” What’s your two-word employee mission?
Well, predictably, it’s “create happiness.” And while it may sound simple, creating an environment where more than 60,000 workers strive to do that each and every day is nothing short of a Herculean task for Walt Disney World’s HR department. It requires teaching employees to go above and beyond, to prepare for the unexpected, to lead by example, and to always—always—make it look fun.