No matter where you’re employed, workplace accidents can happen.
Any phenomenon that becomes “fashionable” instantly acquires its own mythology.
I spent the last two years being the only female in my all-male team. Full disclosure: there are women in other departments, but on a day-to-day basis, I’m working almost exclusively with men.
It isn’t always easy for companies and managers to convince their employees to comply with new protocols and rules. However, regarding COVID-19 safety precautions, a new study finds workplaces and employers held some serious sway.
Wouldn’t it be fascinating to see “how it started, how it’s going” memes about workplace culture?
Sure, you can be fired for a whole host of reasons. But there are some reasons for which your boss can’t fire you, even in an at-will state.
No company would purposely hire an unethical or deceptive manager, right? It’s a question many have pondered as they observed their direct supervisor abusing his or her power, displaying narcissistic tendencies, or flat-out acting in an unethical manner.
Virtual or not, the office holiday party is heading your way. This is something that is more than likely a mandatory event for all employees to attend unless you’re clever enough to come up with an excuse that gets you out of it without fear or guilt.
When we find ourselves working for a bad boss, there are usually several thoughts that go through our heads: