“It’s actually crazy how outdated it is.” People born after AOL Mail was invented seem to prefer to communicate in almost any other way.
Archives for July 12, 2021
Family and medical leave is hard to come by for independent workers.
How to give yourself permission to feel and be great.
Research shows toxic workplaces can be devastating to mental health.
Far too many diversity and inclusion programs ignore fat people. Now that offices are reopening, it’s time to include them, too.
One of the most fulfilling aspects of my career is connecting and collaborating with leaders across industries.
What will a return to the workplace look like, whether you are in an office or on a factory floor?
California was the first state to offer paid leave to parents and caregivers.
U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh joins Ali Velshi to talk rising wages and the road to economic recovery, after initial jobless claims for the week ending in July 3rd totaled 373,000, exceeding expectations.
Companies around the country are preparing to reopen their offices and welcome employees back to in-person work life.
Negotiation and ethics expert G. Richard Shell discusses takeaways from his 2021 book, “The Conscience Code.”
The Current Status and Future of the Law Firm Workplace Most industries are navigating the effects of rapid forced changes caused by the pandemic.
(July 12, 2021) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has received Gold Standard Certification from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) for the 11th consecutive year. WILEF grants Gold Standard status to firms that meet objective criteria concerning the number of women
Social media is fun. I’m a heavy user. But, as an HR person, I have to remember that what I say on Facebook or Twitter can affect me professionally.
While I will tell HR people to ignore employees’ social media posts, I will tell them to monitor their own posts.