Dealing with toxic people can make your work life (and time away from work, too) miserable. Learning strategies and getting empathetic feedback and advice truly can help when dealing with toxic people and difficult situations. This article offers some really good suggestions and will help you put your challenges and frustrations into words when describing what you are dealing with.
Learning about how to deal with the psychological and philosophical issues related to difficult and poisonous employees is important. However, to make the information even more powerful, managers and leaders also need to know the technical, organizational and interpersonal status of their relationship with difficult employees and toxic people. Knowing all of your possibilities, including employee discipline and transfer options, will help guide your future interactions and course of action.
Public school leaders: Policies and SOPs out-of-date and not matching the realities of today’s workplace? Help your staff help your educators. Start by talking to us.
Fair share – gone soon. Revenue – gone. Neglected high-performers – gone. Read the story about the future of organized labor, and start preparing for leading the new workforce now.
Professional sports contracts frequently highlight just how interesting labor relations can be. Like Brady and Deflategate, Ezekiel Elliot’s suspension highlights how collective bargaining contract provisions can impact the workplace and employee discipline. Read about how a great contract for management, but horrible contract for employees, has impacted the nation’s most popular sport here.
If you and your labor relations contractor have a bad relationship with your employees, you should look to us to offer a fresh perspective, hope, and long-term, meaningful strategies that will make employees – including you – enjoy their work.
Some contractors benefit financially from poisonous relationships and the legal and administrative proceedings that are often associated with such relationships. We can assist you in identifying solutions that advance your interests, mend and build relationships, and help your business grow and your organization thrive.
One of the biggest obstacles to getting creative when proposing labor contract language is the fear associated with the short-term and long-term cost of the initiative. We have over 26 years of experience in costing-out contracts. And, with all of our experience, we know what to look for in terms of financial and other costs that come with innovation. No matter who is going to be bargaining your next collective bargaining agreement, you might want to have an objective and experienced professional analyze the pros and cons of your proposals.
Union organizing efforts in the South fail again. Read about the latest union setback here.
Our services will expand to include online guidance and support to New Mexico clients in late July. Look for full details soon. Those on our contact list will receive an overview of our program in early July.
No matter how easily you are able to shrug off misinformation about yourself and your business or organization, it still stings when people – especially customers and employees – criticize your enterprise. Make sure you know your options before reacting. Here is a real example of a National Labor Relations Labor Board local case from seven years ago that highlights what can go wrong if you don’t know the law and the latest inner-workings of the NLRB. Click on Santa Fe (and the others for more examples in other states).
While public unions protest his actions, appointments and initiatives, some unions, even if traditionally Democratic, have aims that align with Donald Trump’s stated priorities: building infrastructure, rewriting trade agreements and blocking an exodus of jobs.
Read how Trump’s inroads with some unions have labor presidents scrambling here,