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C-Suite churn: CEO turnover hit record high in August

09/25/2018
Turnover among American CEOs soared in August, as 154 chief executive officers left their posts during the month.

Transitioning from paper to electronic records: Nothing good comes from cutting corners

09/21/2018
by Bobby Zaepfel The temptation to cut corners while migrating from paper to electronic documentation is the largest and most common pitfall for organizations. In 99.9% of cases, it’s not intentional. It’s all too easy to cut corners without even realizing it is happening. There are a multitude of variables to consider with a migration […]

Hotel panic buttons are sign of #MeToo’s clout

09/20/2018
Other than a flurry of anti-harassment training, concrete action to prevent workplace harassment since the #MeToo movement took off has been notably absent—until now.

Winter is coming—as are raging thermostat battles

09/20/2018
A CareerBuilder survey found that 27% of office workers say their workplace is too hot and 19% say it’s too cold.

The average lunch hour lasts only 39 minutes

09/18/2018
The lunch “hour” is a thing of the past, new research from staffing firm OfficeTeam suggests.

Snapshot: Who is in charge of preparing workers for future tech?

09/18/2018
Americans plan to be do-it-yourselfers as they prepare to gain the technical skills required for work in the future.

The ‘new’ ADA: How to handle employee disabilities

09/16/2018
When Congress expanded the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2009, it broadened the circle of people eligible for ADA rights even wider. That has led to a spike in people filing ADA-related legal claims. Here’s what managers need to know about the ADA:

Where did all the pens go? Getting a handle on petty theft

09/14/2018
A pen here, a stack of Post-It notes there—employees bringing home items from work for personal use or to supplement their kid’s school box may not initially seem like a big deal. But think for a moment about multiple individuals repeatedly swiping things, and it’s easy to see how a costly mess can develop quickly.

What to include in your technology policy

09/13/2018
Any employer that provides telephones, computers or mobile devices should craft a clear technology policy that governs proper use and lists impermissible uses of equipment.

How to lead when you hate the order you’re carrying out

09/13/2018
How do you enforce an ill-advised layoff, or a dubious business decision, and still maintain your sanity and credibility?