By now, you’ve likely heard about the phenomenon known as the “Great Resignation”, the global workplace walkout that’s been taking place across industries since mid to late 2020.
Politics is an integral part of our lives, and our workplace (sadly) isn’t an exception. Most people you meet in the professional sphere of life may advise you to blatantly ignore it, or simply walk out of an organization that knowingly or unknowingly encourages office politics.
During my 24 year career, I had my fair share of Horrible Bosses. What do I mean by horrible?
The workplace is changing and transforming with technology advancement very slowly.
Covid-19 has posed several challenges to the corporate world. One of the challenges was a forced decision of employees working from home.
Many of us were bullied at school and there’s much talk in the news of this being an ever-escalating problem.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to deconstruct the well-being of people around the world. This impact exposes the relationship between the health of the workforce and the spirit of the economy.
It’s essential that employers take the physical work environment of their employees into consideration.
Like everyone else, my instinct was that the hybrid workplace (partly in the office, partly remote) made sense. Now I see that it can be the worst of both worlds.
Smart technologies aren’t just changing our homes; they’re edging their way into their numerous industries and are disrupting the workplace.
When I came out professionally, there was no big party or public announcement. It happened gradually.
When I reflect upon 2021, both personally and professionally, I’ll remember it as a year when adaptations became evolutions.
Spoiler alert – I’m about to say something negative about national treasure Dame Jenni Murray.
The EEOC has been busy … well, extra busy since about March 16, 2020. Here is the latest updates that business owners need to know about to stay compliant. Yes, you’re welcome.