The Rising Trend: Companies Welcoming Older Workers Back into the Workforce

The return of retirees, exemplified by Laurel McDowell rejoining ManpowerGroup, reflects a rising trend as companies grapple with an aging workforce and a shortage of new talent. This shift in retirement dynamics is reshaping traditional employment norms. Explore the reasons behind this trend, its benefits, and how companies are adapting. The Aging Workforce Challenge Facing […]

Do You Know The Power of Self-Awareness and Authenticity in Effective Leadership?

In the constantly evolving  business industries, effective leadership has become more crucial than ever before. As organizations adapt to new challenges and opportunities, leaders must continually refine their skills and approach to how they manage in the workplace.  A key aspect is to prioritize self-awareness and authenticity. These qualities not only benefit leaders themselves, but […]

Looking to elevate your organization’s HR Game? Hiring an HR Consultant can be a game changer!

One of the biggest challenges in HR is striking the right balance between the needs of employees and the strategic goals of the organization. HR professionals face the challenge of managing employee relations, ensuring fair and equitable practices, while also aligning HR initiatives with the overall business objectives. Additionally, staying updated with ever-changing labor laws, […]

Why do Doctors Need Sensitivity & Workplace Civility Training

Simple, because many doctors have never had civility training.  Promoting civility in the workplace is crucial, even for the most esteemed professionals like doctors.   Many doctors that I have worked with are self-acclaimed introverts, they self-report that they don’t like managing staff members and have no interest when it comes to dealing with employee matters […]

Workplace Culture’s Pivotal Role in Preventing Harassment

Workplace culture has the greatest impact on allowing harassment to flourish, or conversely, in preventing harassment in the workplace, according to the EEOC. A toxic workplace culture that tolerates or even encourages bullying, discrimination, and other negative behaviors can create an environment where harassment can thrive. On the other hand, a positive and respectful workplace […]

COVID-19 Workplace: Fear, Stigma and Worry

Our way of life has been impacted in ways we never imagined or anticipated.  The COVID-19 pandemic has created much confusion and uneasiness within the workplace to say the least, and every workplace is vulnerable to fear, stigma, and worry.  From essential workers refusing to report to work out of fear of getting the virus, […]

Workplace Culture and Sexual Harassment

The issue of sexual harassment is emotionally loaded because it is so personal and intense, and it seems every day another related headline dominates the media.  So many employers and employees are both confused and unsettled, illustrated by blurred professional boundaries and now third-party harassment is on the rise.   Bottom line, employers are responsible for […]

Independent Investigator for sexual harassment claims in this #MeToo era

Many times, internal human resources has been accused of overlooking, ignoring  or even enabling sexually harassing behaviors, especially in the C-suite.  Even more so when senior management handles the intake of internal complaints. Psychologists have evidence that discrimination is behavioral and systemic.  These types of behaviors maintain feedback loops that keep underprivileged groups marginalized.  Top […]

EEOC secured $505 million for victims in private sector, federal, state and local workplaces.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released detailed breakdowns for the 76,418 charges of workplace discrimination the agency received in fiscal year 2018. The comprehensive enforcement and litigation statistics for FY 2018, which ended Sept. 30, 2018.  The EEOC resolved 90,558 charges of discrimination.  Overall, the EEOC secured $505 million for victims in private […]