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Thursday, April 26, 2012 is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. It’s a day that encourages employees to bring their children to work so that they can learn what mom and dad does at work all day. Some offices really rally around this special day by having events in the office such as breakfasts that are catered with the young palate in mind to having movie time during lunch.
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.
But what if the company you worked for said that they were going to nix the company Christmas party altogether? Or they made you choose between having a Christmas party or receiving a Christmas bonus?
As a former Corporate Cruncher myself, I had many evenings in which were spent bent over my laptop working on items that I brought home from work. It began to become par for the course for me bring work home from the office and the more I did it, the more it became the norm and not the exception to the rule.
While I was perusing the boob tube today, I came across a television commercial about disabilities in the workplace. I am not sure if you have seen it before, but it has a great concept and makes a good point…