How the #MeToo Movement Has Impacted the Average Workplace

Ms. Career Girl

The #MeToo movement even found its way into the American workplace, with 38% of supervisors reporting that after the movement began, they started to change how they interacted with employees. Is the #MeToo movement still impacting the average workplace? Women in the Workplace.

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How to Replace Toxic Workplace Behavior With Constructive Habits

Evil HR Lady

A healthy working culture builds on itself through your employees’ everyday actions to create a welcoming and productive company culture. But, when workplace behavior turns sour, you may suffer the consequences in turnover, low employee engagement and unhappy clients.

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2020 Trends That Will Shake Up Workplaces

The Undercover Recruiter

Internal communications and workplace flexibility will reign supreme in the 2020 workplace. 2020 Trends That Will Shake Up Workplaces Undercover Recruiter -. Talent Acquisition Workplace 2020 HR trends Louise Jones perkbox

2020 73

HR CAPITALIST DOWNLOAD: Building Your Culture Through Great Recruiting Practices.

HR Capitalist

Most of my readers at the Capitalist are interesting in building the right type of culture inside their organizations, which is a worthy goal. . But if there’s one thing we’ve learned in the RPO recruiting world at Kinetix, it’s that “company culture” is hard to define.

2020 73

Five Ways to Be Heard at Work

Ms. Career Girl

According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, only 30% percent of employees strongly agree that their opinions count at work. And part of that experience is culture built on workplace relationships.

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A year in reflection: International Women’s Day 

Ms. Career Girl

For International Women’s Day 2020, while we need to celebrate the great strides that have been made, we must also discuss the room for improvement that remains. This number has continued to rise into early 2020, with a new record already established at 15.61

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How to Prepare for a Pre-Employment Test 

Ms. Career Girl

Depending on which test employers use, the assessment can also help determine how well the hiree will perform in the workplace. Rather, your honest answers help you and employers know whether your natural personality is a good fit for the positions and the company culture.

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How to Navigate Through Menopause AND Your Career

Ms. Career Girl

In the workplace, women’s bodies are usually the subject of discussion when they decide to start or grow their families. We need to start talking about menopause in the workplace. More than anything, we need to remove the culture of silence surrounding women’s health.

2020 130

Hiring Your First Employees: Making the Move from Small Business to Employer

Ms. Career Girl

Make sure that you understand the details of your state’s employment law, including the minimum wage that you need to pay, how to avoid any potential discrimination in the workplace, and how to keep your employees’ schedules legal.

2020 150

The World Needs More Businesses that Call Bull * on Ageism.

HR Capitalist

In today's cancel culture, it has never been easier to be accused of discrimination, and never been more important to watch what you say. . Change Culture Employee Relations Talent Workplace

2020 96

Opportunity for Great HR Pros: Making Remote Work Recommendations Post-Covid Including Financial Gain.

HR Capitalist

Change Culture Economics HR Insider Talent WorkplaceIt's all going to change! Once people have worked from home for this long of stretch, they're never coming back to the office!

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Employee retention: 7 Ways To Retain Your Talent in 2020

Ms. Career Girl

With this in mind, here are 7 top tips to retain your employee retention in 2020. Traditional team building exercises can be out of touch with the modern workplace. Instead, create a company culture that works with clear understanding, from job roles to responsibilities and performance.

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THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: E13 - Fat Fingered Americans + Airbnb Pays New Grads Not to Show Up Until 2021.

HR Capitalist

Lots of internships have been cancelled for summer 2020 leaving soon to be grads and recent grads in a bind. KD challenged Jlee and Tim to watch the 2020 Academy Award winning documentary about a Chinese company who took over a GM plant in Toledo, Ohio.

2020 67

Pete vs. Amy: It's the Conference Room Dust Up That Becomes Legend at Your Company.

HR Capitalist

The debate was clutch because we saw some good old fashion hate, loathing and rivalry that looks a lot what you see a couple of times a year between workplace rivals in your company. . Here's the workplace-related notes. Communications Culture Leadership Workplace

2020 78

THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: E4 – Microaggressions

HR Capitalist

Microaggressions can be defined as brief and commonplace daily verbal or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative prejudicial slights and insults toward any group, particularly culturally marginalized groups.

2020 73

COVID Lockdown Netflix Recommendation - "American Factory"

HR Capitalist

As a manager of people or an HR pro, you'll find the contrast between cultures fascinating and the HR and management issues in this culture mashup fascinating. I know, you're burned out on streaming.

2020 71

Why Online Education Makes Sense

Jobacle

Simultaneously, it makes them culturally sensitive and helps them to fit into other environments easily, given their exposure to other cultures. Such a trait will make you stand out in the workplace and beyond.

2020 130

Why Safety and Stability are Important Foundations for Employee Engagement

The Undercover Recruiter

The words ‘safe’ and ‘stable’ may not immediately sound the most engaging, but they can play a significant role in developing and maintaining an attractive workplace culture that supports highly-engaged employees. Workplace Employee Engagement Gill Buchanan Pure safety Stability

2020 71

Furloughs/Layoffs During COVID-19: Best Delivered Via Video or an Analog Call?

HR Capitalist

The right answer is it depends - you have to know your team, the company, the culture - and make the best choice for you. Change Communications Workplace

2020 70

The HR Famous Podcast: E8 - Video Work Meetings: Winning On ZOOM

HR Capitalist

22:25- KD talks about how your company culture follows you into virtual meetings. Change Communications Current Affairs Employee Relations HR Famous Podcast Workplace

2020 68

updates: the not-flirting coworker and more

Ask A Manager

I wasn’t interested, both for professional reasons and also because I am a lesbian and did not want to disclose that due to company culture at the time. It’s a special “where are you now?”

2020 66

sending work emails late at night, coworker read my notebook, and more

Ask A Manager

It depends on your office culture. What are my privacy rights in the workplace? It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Taking long bereavement leave during a busy time. A few years ago, I had a manager tragically lose her sister in an unexpected accident.

2020 78

How to Spot the 5 Subtle Forms of Workplace Bias

Water Cooler Wisdom

The good news is, we’re getting better at spotting subtle bias at work, as well as the business process improvement techniques and strategies that can root it out before it does too much damage to your culture. I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a tall, white man. While I am Caucasian, I’m not tall or male. And because depending on who you ask, between 70-80 percent of leaders have all three attributes, I’m wondering just how much my lack of two of them has held me back.

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it’s your Friday good news

Ask A Manager

I’ve been unhappy in my job for about 6-7 months now for a variety of reasons, both related to my own position, the lack of growth and learning opportunities, and the office culture (I am far from the only unhappy worker and it definitely started to impact morale all around).

2020 71

ask the readers: how can we help gender transitions at work go well?

Ask A Manager

We’ve based the guidelines on industry best practices (Human Rights Campaign and others), and as I’m working on the document I’m wondering what others have experienced in their own workplace transitions, both good and bad. ask the readers workplace practices

2020 91

my employer is being too helpful about COVID and it’s making things worse

Ask A Manager

Information packs about workplace mental health support and resources have been emailed out. Have you got any advice for ways I can politely explain to my manager that, while the gesture is lovely, all these little workplace initiatives are causing me more stress, not less?

2020 76

coworker says I don’t respond to his emails, a bizarre company survey, and more

Ask A Manager

There are some questions asking for opinions on measures they might take upon return to the workplace and other practical considerations and I have no issue with these aspects. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

2020 69

updates: the coworker pajama party, lying about layoffs, and more

Ask A Manager

Looking back on that letter you can really see how angry I was, and it wasn’t just at being asked to lie about being laid off, but that workplace had gotten so toxic and unstable. It’s a special “where are you now?”

2020 81

I resist pressure to work long hours — but my coworkers don’t

Ask A Manager

Often in industries and office cultures where people work these sorts of hours, you’ll see people who simply decline to do it themselves, and they’re still fine. But if your real secret is a resistance to cultural pressure, that’s worth spreading around. workplace practices

2020 85

GUY TO GUY HUGS AT WORK: Let's Agree To Get Our #### Together.

HR Capitalist

My best friend Tim Sackett is an expert on workplace hugging. . He starts by announcing himself as the world’s leading authority on workplace hugging, shows a picture of him and his dog Scout (with Scout licking his face), then invites an audience member up to show what a warm workplace hug looks like with with a willing partner (which is usually a woman, because guys don't want to hug). This ###* is broken in today's workplace. Change Culture Workplace

2020 50

In Defense of Not Broadcasting Salaries in the Jobs You Post.

HR Capitalist

They know they can't broadcast this information at their company due to compression issues, company culture and more. The reasons for this call are legit - there's a lot of inequity across workplaces when it comes to gender, race and other factors. .

2020 76

updates: the incompetent temp, the person who lacked ambition, and more

Ask A Manager

Being new to the workplace after university, your blog really helped me to feel like a professional adult, not a college student who had wandered into the office by mistake! I do look forward to a number of years working in this workplace. It’s a special “where are you now?”

2020 68

everyone at work is hanging out without me

Ask A Manager

angle but from a “I’m trying to be more social in 2020 and you always seem so nice and fun” angle. “I’m I’m trying to be more social in 2020” is a useful script because it communicates that you want to hang out with them in a way that doesn’t blame them for leaving you out in the past.

2020 97

company wants us to suggest which coworkers to lay off, new boss won’t speak to me, and more

Ask A Manager

My mother’s workplace is panicking over the pandemic, and they have apparently asked the entire staff to suggest coworkers who should be laid off. Is there any reason in your work culture not to just pick up the phone and call him? It’s seven answers to seven questions.

2020 79

can I talk about my boyfriend’s other girlfriend at work?

Ask A Manager

I know my workplace is at least a little bit open (I’ve got a trans coworker, and that’s No Big Deal), but it isn’t particularly progressive. Who specifically is in your workplace, what is the culture there, and how many questions about non-traditional relationships do you want to answer from your coworkers if you bring this up? They’re planning to maintain the cut throughout all of 2020.

2020 86

when should employers disclose food or fragrance restrictions to job candidates?

Ask A Manager

You could bring it up in an early interview in the process of talking about the office culture or “general things about us you should know.” You can’t eat any of your culture’s food at work” isn’t okay, legally or ethically. workplace practices

2020 68

my coworkers keep discussing private business in front of me as if I’m not there

Ask A Manager

It could also be that your office has adapted to the open plan by creating a culture where people not directly involved in a given conversation tune it out. workplace practices

2020 65

Student Interview Questions and Answers

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Company research can be done through websites such as Glassdoor , which give a thorough level of information on the company culture and workplace. Discussing the company culture, the intriguing projects, and the future growth of the company are all perfectly acceptable answers.

2020 52

All Things Employee Onboarding

The Corporate Con/noisseur

By provide immediate mentorship and resources, the organization reinforces their culture and increases an employee’s retention. Onboarding Creates a Workplace Culture All workplaces have their own culture. All Things Employee Onboarding.

2020 52

employee expects us all to attend her destination wedding, avoiding handshakes during coronavirus, and more

Ask A Manager

I know you’ve answered several questions in the past about handshakes in the workplace, but none directly apply to an outbreak situation like we’re currently experiencing. People want clear, non-fluff-based, concrete info about the company, the job, the benefits, and the culture.

2020 71

10 Funniest Office Wall Posters and Décor

The Corporate Con/noisseur

These posters are great and funny for just about anyone, and definitely toe the line on what is allowed in the workplace. The top 10 funniest office wall posters and décor definitely take subtle hints from modern pop culture. 10 Funniest Office Wall Posters and Décor.

2020 52

did I overreact to my argument with a coworker?

Ask A Manager

There had recently been some discussions about improving our office culture, which was often insensitive and required thick skin; I pointed out that this was exactly the sort of small issue that contributed to the broader pattern.

2020 67

Email Examples Asking to Work from Home

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Dependent on work culture , you can do so via email, Slack, or text message. Military Computer and Mathematical Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations Nearly 40% of United States employers offer flexible workplace options, which include work from home opportunities.

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