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Why you need to stop talking to start leading

11/08/2018
By giving my clients that airtime, I’m able to understand their challenges, relate to their needs and extend the empathy they badly want and need. For me, listening is how l learn. For my clients, it’s a way to show I value them.

OSHA launches safety inspections targeting high-risk workplaces

11/06/2018
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced a new safety crackdown targeting workplaces with high rates of on-the-job injuries.

Sound Bites: November ’18

11/01/2018
Cut the repetition … Keep them from tossing your card … Practicing small talk … Is the 5-second rule for real?

The HR I.Q. Test: November ’18

11/01/2018
Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Snapshot: CEO tenure rises along with bull market

10/30/2018
CEOs are staying in their jobs longer as the economic expansion continues and stock values keep rising.

The perils of piling on the work

10/26/2018
Delegation is necessary for employee growth, but don’t be reckless with it.

Can new software put more ‘human’ in HR?

10/25/2018
The former head of Google’s HR function has launched a start-up aimed at recreating some of the success he drove at the search engine giant and bringing it to other HR departments.

Stung once by EEOC? Don’t let guard down

10/25/2018
If the EEOC has accused your organization of some form of discrimination, don’t think you can just write a check and move on. Now is the time to take a cold, hard look at all your employment practices and policies.

6 terrible ways to start your day

10/24/2018
How you spend the first 10 minutes of your workday can make or break your productivity the entire day. Here’s what you should avoid.

Survey: Three-quarters of us are tired on the job

10/23/2018
Drained at your desk? You’re not alone. Recent research from staffing firm Accountemps suggests feeling worn out at work is a common occurrence among U.S. employees.