Getting your work done, being good at it, and taking your responsibilities seriously is important. So is recognizing that you spend a good portion of your waking-hours doing work. There is nothing wrong with being reserved and strictly business-like at work. And there is nothing wrong with enjoying yourself at work either. Read about the […]
Technical assistance, questions and answers on the complicated issues associated with the pandemic and workplaces. Only employers can truly appreciate the vagaries and never-before- imaged complications that have come from leading staffs in a pandemic. Here is some straight-forward (as much as it could possibly be, anyway) direction on the employer responsibilities from the Equal […]
It seems it is oftentimes easier to encourage and support those around you who are doubting themselves or beating themselves up than it is to encourage yourself. This quick read could help you support your coworkers, friends and loved ones even further. It could also help you help yourself. The article provides useful information, which […]
Our most-read post on social media and through email marketing is a quick summary regarding how emotionally intelligent people effectively deal with toxic people. Difficult and poisonous people mess things up for the rest of us, at work and outside of work. The more we can incorporate strategies to deal with these types of people, […]
If you are working remotely full or part-time, you are probably wondering what your arrangement will look like as we (hopefully) transition to normal in 2021. Not only are people wondering about if they will go back, but they are wondering what they will be going back to. Here is what experts think.
Invoking a seldom-used clause could terminate the collective bargaining agreement – and set off monumental legislative and legal battles In a move that could prompt calls for federal antitrust litigation, and will undoubtedly lead to court challenges, Major League Soccer has informed the MLS Players’ Association that it will invoke a clause that basically allows one side […]
Fast Company has put together this list of apps to help make you more productive, whether working from home, the office, or a coffee shop patio (if it is open). Even though I was just talking to my daughter about going back to a paper organizer, I am going to look into some of these.
We’re keeping tabs on how employees and employers are assessing remote working arrangements during the pandemic. Most already know the pros and cons, so we don’t dive into that much. It’s just that the prospects of what happens after we transition into a new normal are fascinating. We first shared this article a month ago, […]
With many successfully completing their work from home during the coming weeks, will employees expect to continue working remotely? Work is going to be different for most people during the coming weeks or months. Unfortunately, some will not be working at all. Some will be working from home. Those people will learn what freelancers, contractors […]
How will free-thinking automaker workers analyze any tentative agreement that would end the GM-UAW strike? I’d be wondering, “is this the best they could do?”More importantly, I’d be wondering if the strike was even necessary, or just a way to distract workers from all of the corruption, lies and deceit. Group-think members will probably vote […]