In June 2015 the supreme court ruled in favor of a woman who was denied employment at Abercrombie and Fitch because she chose to wear a headscarf as a religious preference. Continue reading “Preventing Workplace Discrimination in a Time of Crisis”
Did you know, the attention span of the average human is only eight seconds? According to a study from Microsoft Corp., our attentions spans dropped from 12 seconds in 2000 to only eight in 2013.
What does this mean for those of you training the new workforce? Continue reading “How to Train Millennials in the Workplace”
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How do we create a system where employees feel safe to voice their ideas or concerns? Imagine this: you clock into work, and you sign into your app. Your team lead poses the question, “What are you, or is your team struggling with at the moment?” You reply anonymously, without fear of any possible retaliation, or embarrassment mentioning weaknesses of your team or yourself.
In 2012 California passed a law preventing employers from requesting an employee’s or prospective employee’s username and passwords. This year 23 states introduced this legislation,and nine enacted the law. Continue reading “Does Your Employer Have the Right to Access Your Social Media Account?”