Wed.Aug 05, 2020

What is the Future of Inclusion at Work?

Evil HR Lady

Diversity and inclusion are making the headlines today — of course. It is not like D&I is a new function, or that the concerns of having a diverse, inclusive workforce haven’t been around for years. Today, catalyzed by movements like #Blacklivesmatters, racial diversity is now at the top of board agendas, and companies of all sizes are making commitments to stamping out racial inequities. It’s about time, and this is all great news. But what about inclusion?What

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Job Search Strategies: This Is The Only Job Search Strategy You need to Get Right To Find A New Job

Career Advice Guy

Every year I run a job search strategy questionnaire, whereby I send out a simple survey to all my connections, asking. Read More. The post Job Search Strategies: This Is The Only Job Search Strategy You need to Get Right To Find A New Job appeared first on The Career Advice Guy. Job Search

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Best Comfortable Sandals for Work

The Corporate Con/noisseur

Best Comfortable Sandals for Work. Sandals, once considered a faux-pas in the business world, have made a recent resurgence. No longer relegated to college campuses, sandals have become more sophisticated and refined in style. Below we’re going to discuss the best comfortable sandals for work, which will not only help you look chic, but will also be professional and work appropriate.

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my older male coworker is obsessed with my weight and baby plans

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I am a 30something newlywed woman and have been at my current job for just over a year and a half. Prior to accepting my job, my health took a devastating blow and I learned that I had a very rare genetic disorder and had two baseball size tumors in my digestive tract. I underwent two massive surgeries to remove those tumors (both having pre-cancerous cells present) and ended up losing a foot of my colon and my entire stomach.

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Human Nature: We Hate Good Ideas From People We Don't Like (The HR Famous Podcast).

The HR Capitalist

You know it's true. When your arch enemy does good, you could applaud them. But it just feels better to b h by questioning their motives behind the good idea they're pitching. You know the idea I'm talking about - the one YOU had in mind. It just turns out that you weren't in a position to deliver on that idea, so your arch enemy, nemesis or competition did it before you could get to it. I know - you really hate them. You hate them more for announcing the idea that's a part of your identity.

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should I ask my employee to find her own coverage for sick calls?

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I have an employee who tends to call out more frequently than all the others in the organization. We work in a small 24/7 clinical-based office where technicians can all manage one another’s duties, which sometimes include on-call responsibilities. When a technician calls out sick, coverage is needed in order for us to continue functioning smoothly. Most of my other employees call out very infrequently, and when they do they’ve always had a back-up plan in place.

2020 27

new job while going through a break-up, thanking husband’s boss for a bonus, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. I’m grieving a break-up and just started a new job. I ended a long-term relationship last week, and I’m feeling all the things you would expect: grief, stress, distraction, and more. I work remotely, so I thought I would be able to keep my regular schedule, but I overestimated how much I’d be able to focus on work. I guess I wanted the distraction, but I’m spacey and finding it hard to focus.

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