Resigning and giving two weeks’ notice is not only the professional thing to do, but the right thing to do as well. Check out my post on the art of how-to.
An EAP or Employee Assistance Program helps workers and their families with counseling and other services. Learn more about EAP and what it covers here.
Does your workplace participate In Black History Month? Here are a few ideas that can help your employer celebrate the contributions of African Americans.
A reader is concerned (and rightfully so) that he is being looked over for a promotion because of his skin color. Read his email and check out my response.
If you are in HR, picking the right applicant is something that is an important part of your job. Check out these tips to help you select the right candidate.
Career burnout is when you no longer are happy with what it is that you are doing. You no longer find your job challenging or rewarding. Oftentimes when you experience career burnout, you are at a crossroads when it comes to your career.
The flexibility of the workplace is a hot button topic and causes a lot of discussion amongst employees. Flexibility practices in the workplace can go a long way for employee morale, retention, and attendance. So why isn’t every company making sure that their workplace is indeed “not static”?
Being a Human Resources manager for 5+ years made me privy to a lot of things. Early on, I learned that there are always problems when you get two or more people with different personalities working with one another.
More often than not, the HR department is your contact for expressing grievances and complaints, managing your benefits, and conducts your reviews.
November and December can be two of the toughest months to stay focused during work. With the holiday season in full force as well as days off during the week due to Thanksgiving and Christmas, it can be difficult to keep everything together personal wise while working.
An issue that usually plagues my profession during this time of year is whether or not to celebrate Halloween at work and allow employees to wear costumes.
As a former HR manager, I’ve seen my share of bosses who have treated their employees recklessly or without respect. It was at these times that saying no had to be done, PERIOD. It was never easy.