6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Of Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabotage

Inpower Coaching

Every woman reaches a point at least once in her life (most of us, many more), where the frustration of sexual discrimination, subtle undermining or personal self-sabotage we learned at the knee of the dominant culture smacks us in the face. The post 6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Of Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabotage appeared first on InPower Coaching.

Confessions of a Reluctant Feminist: My Role In Perpetuating Workplace Discrimination

Inpower Coaching

We need to figure out how to fight the kind of workplace discrimination that creates cultural uniformity in our businesses for two reasons. We have to learn to see discrimination and speak about it in very specific ways to keep from perpetuating it.

How Do You Respond To Gender Discrimination & Bias?

Inpower Coaching

What do you do in that moment where you see someone discriminating against you – or another woman? Sometimes you want to lash out at gender discrimination. I gave this interview a while back to AJ+ about what to do when you encounter gender discrimination face-to-face.

Get Unstuck! How to Know When It’s Time to Invest in a Career Coach

Thrive Global

Photo by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash Navigating these career crossroads usually requires the advice and assistance of a career coach. How do you know when it’s time to invest in a career coach? #1 Learning such skills will pay for any coaching expenses, and then some.”

6 less recognized forms of harassment or discrimination

Insperity

Many businesses leaders, managers and co-workers fail to appreciate subtle or less aggressive behaviors that others can perceive as harassment, discrimination or the creation of a hostile work environment. This manager may need coaching about his or her biases and how they may affect the company’s culture or cause potential liability. That doesn’t mean the person didn’t feel harassed or discriminated against the first time.

Women May Be Better Leaders Than Men, So Why Aren’t There More?

TLNT: The Business of HR

Coaching & Mentoring Diversity Evaluations, Reviews & Appraisal HR Insights Leadership Performance & Personality Performance Management Sexual Discrimination Strategic HR Talent Acquisition Training, Learning & Development Featured

my manager is coaching my new running group, jobs that require cars, and more

Ask a Manager

My manager turned out to be the coach of my new running group. It turns out she will be the coach of the group that I have just joined. If you’re comfortable with it, then I might just check in with her and give her an easy out by saying something like, “Hey, I’d didn’t realize you’d be coaching this group. my manager is coaching my new running group, jobs that require cars, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

In A Business Partnership With ‘The Devil’? Here’s What To Do.

Workplace Coach

Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice BULLY Bullying conflict Discrimination Drama policies Professional Respect Trust work workplaceQ: Sixteen months ago I lost my oil company job, but received enough severance to keep me afloat for more than a year. I’d always wanted to work for myself and felt this was my big chance. Even though I’ve never been a risk-taker, I started a small business.

Are Businesses Responsible for Protecting Customers From Sexual Harassment by Other Clients?

Workplace Coach

An airline may not discriminate against someone through its customers any more than it may do so directly. According to Koteff, “Customer preference is not a license to either discriminate or allow an employee to be discriminated against. An airline may not discriminate against someone through its customers any more than it may do so directly. You’ve met the predatory customer.

My Insecure Supervisor Controls My Future

Workplace Coach

Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice Bullying conflict Discrimination Drama habits hiring leadership policies Professional Promotion Respect Trust work workplaceQ: My introverted, insecure, my-way-or-the-highway supervisor has an abnormally low threshold for anything resembling a suggestion.

The Predatory Client and Your Workplace Environment

Workplace Coach

An airline may not discriminate against someone through its customers any more than it may do so directly. According to Koteff, “Customer preference is not a license to either discriminate or allow an employee to be discriminated against. Review your practice’s policies related to harassment and discrimination and realize that policies need to “live” off the paper they’re printed on. You’ve met the predatory client and possibly even tangled with him.

Alcoholism and ADA: former USC coach Steve Sarkisian files suit over his termination

Ohio Employer's Law

On October 12, USC fired its head football coach, Steve Sarkisian. That USC violated federal and state disability-discrimination laws by terminating him because of his disability and failing to accommodate his disability—alcoholism.

Dear Dana Workplace Advice: 3 Ways a Male Executive Can Help Create a Less Biased Corporate Culture

Inpower Coaching

Welcome to “Dear Dana”, our regular column to give you career and workplace advice/coaching. Below I’ve given you three ways to begin to think about how you can shape the culture generally and with respect to the subtle forms of discrimination and bias you’re seeing. Executive Coach.

Firing Employee Who Made Threats: Opposition Isn’t Always Protected

HR Daily Advisor

She was repeatedly coached, counseled, disciplined, and suspended for tardiness and unexcused absences. The employer concluded that both the employee and the coworker violated various policies, but no race discrimination had occurred.

Are You Asking Illegal Questions During an Interview?

Stratus

Then a lawsuit shows up: candidate A claims you discriminated against her because she indicated she plans to have kids someday (remember asking her about her family?). I have personally coached some of our clients’ management teams on what is and isn’t allowed.). I did one recently that coached employees on what THEY shouldn’t do during an interview. Most employers are smart enough to not knowingly do something illegal.

Diversity, stop burying your head!

New to HR

Many won’t admit it, pushing it under the carpet and only allowing it to rear its head when they have been exposed for discrimination in a much publicised Employment Tribunal. Olympic poster girl subject to race discrimination, yes its true! Why do organisations discriminate?

The Cost of Not Training Is Higher Than You Think

Workplace Coach

Lack of anti-harassment or discrimination training costs lost production, litigation, reputation, and culture. She possesses an extensive background in executive coaching, negotiations, liaison work, team building, and group processes. Articles Coaches Jennifer Yuhas #advice conflict leadership Professional Promotion Respect work workplace

My Former Employee Now Supervises Me, and It Is Hell

Workplace Coach

If so, you may have legal recourse under age discrimination. Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice Burnout conflict Drama habits leadership mean policies Professional Promotion Reputation Respect Trust work workplaceQ: Several months ago one of my former employees, who’d left our agency, returned as my immediate supervisor. It’s been hell ever since. Before his return, I had been respected and allowed to function semi-autonomously.

Machinist Contends That Race Was ‘Motivating Factor’ In His Unpaid Suspension

HR Daily Advisor

A machinist claims he was erroneously placed on an unpaid suspension due, in part, to race discrimination. As a result, the supervisor received coaching. He sued his employer, alleging race discrimination and harassment under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and state law.

For Women, ‘Assertive’ Still Means ‘Mean’

HRExecutive

“Ninety percent of the leaders I have coached over the past 20 years [have been] women,” says Polsky, managing partner at the Princeton, N.J.-based career development corporate culture demographics discrimination gender diversity HR profession

What Other Employers Can Learn From Uber: Recognizing and Combating Sexism in the Workplace

Compensation Today

You’ll have to be able to recognize these behaviors yourself before you can coach managers and leaders to improve. HR Management gender discrimination gender pay gap sexual harassment

How to Respond to Suspicions of Sexual Misconduct In A Doctor’s Office

Workplace Coach

Employees who make good faith allegation when they see potential crimes or discrimination activities are generally protected against retaliation. Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice BULLY Bullying Drama leadership policies Professional Respect work workplaceQ: I work in a medical clinic. A supporting staff member is supposed to work alongside any physician in a room with a sedated female patient, but we’re short-staffed and so this doesn’t always happen.

Harassment Cases: High Profile or Not, a Volatile Thicket

HR Daily Advisor

Moreover, the EEOC has recently issued guidance on their own definition of “sex”, stating “EEOC interprets and enforces Title VII’s prohibition of sex discrimination as forbidding any employment discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation. ”. By Jeffrey M.

Why Now?

Workplace Coach

Federal laws, as well as the vast majority of State laws prohibiting discrimination, contain provisions to protect complainants from retaliation for reporting discrimination. Articles Coaches Dr. Lynne Curry #advice Bullying conflict Drama habits leadership policies Professional Respect sexual assault social media work workplaceWith this continuous flurry of sexual harassment news impacting Hollywood, Washington D.C.

Diversity, stop burying your head!

New to HR

Many won’t admit it, pushing it under the carpet and only allowing it to rear its head when they have been exposed for discrimination in a much publicised Employment Tribunal. Olympic poster girl subject to race discrimination, yes its true! Why do organisations discriminate?

Compliance expert: Anti-sexual harassment training needs to start with this …

HR Morning

One program develops managers to adopt a zero-tolerance stance on sexual harassment and coaches them on how to navigate the power inherent in their positions responsibly. Discrimination & Harassment In this week's e-newsletter company culture sexual harassment trainingLeader accountability is the key to more effective anti-sexual harassment training, says Dr. Marsha Ershaghi Hames. .

Top 10 Reasons to Test Adverse Impact Correctly

HRExecutive

” Archer — an employment-discrimination litigator, legal coach and creator of the EEO Legal Solutions website — is very passionate about imparting what she knows about navigating your way through the ever-more-aggressive EEOC. discrimination EEOC hiring HR profession

Microaggression – Everything You Say Matters

Inpower Coaching

Not anywhere near the physical assault, overt discrimination or angry slander plastered in the headlines. The post Microaggression – Everything You Say Matters appeared first on InPower Coaching. Hurt is hurt, no matter how small the words that carry the offense.

How to Confront a Trash Talking Manager – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

She also took complete credit of a situation that I handled with letting an employee, where I coached them on ways to improve their work. it would be easy for them to make a prima facie claim of discrimination.

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Why Leaders Should Care About The Equal Pay Gap & Flexible Work-Life Arrangements

Inpower Coaching

And countering cultural discrimination isn’t always as hard as it seems. Check out the resources in the InPower Coaching EQ at Work and Soft Skills Research Index. The post Why Leaders Should Care About The Equal Pay Gap & Flexible Work-Life Arrangements appeared first on InPower Coaching. Emotional Intelligence at Work Gender Equality InPower Coaching Blog InPower Women Blog Work-Life Blend

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If at first you don’t succeed, sue, sue, and sue again.

The Employer Handbook

During that time, he received several bad evaluations, was transferred from coaching girls’ basketball based on a report of inappropriate sexual conduct, and was discharged as a boys’ coach due to performance issues. Lawsuit #1 (1991) : Fake Don Beebe sues the school district for race discrimination and retaliation. Lawsuit #2 (2004) : Fake Don Beebe sues the school district for race discrimination and retaliation.

3 Ways for Women to Lighten Their Office Housekeeping Load at Work

The People Equation

I wrote about this topic for the InPower Coaching site. 3 Ways to Manage this Subtle Discrimination in the Workplace. I’ll never forget the first time a male colleague (a peer) asked me to pick up his stuff after a meeting.

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Tina Tchen, Former Michelle Obama Chief of Staff, to Present at the i4cp 2019 Conference

i4cp

Tina Tchen, former Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Michelle Obama, will share her unique perspective on sexual harassment, gender inequity, and discrimination at the i4cp 2019 Next Practices Now Conference (March 11 – 14, Fairmont Scottsdale). Tchen, a partner at Buckley Sander LLP, is a leading voice in the national conversation on fighting sexual harassment, gender inequity, and discrimination, and has addressed these issues at Forbes’ I.D.E.A.

Don’t Let an Offhanded Comment Bring About a Lawsuit

HR Daily Advisor

Often, the content of a performance evaluation becomes a major focus of the litigation when a former employee claims discrimination while the employer is steadfast that his poor performance or conduct was the legitimate nondiscriminatory reason for his discharge. No Association Discrimination.

Ageism in Tech: A Septuagenarian Speaks Out

Visier

Josie Sutcliffe, VP of Marketing, says, “it’s great to have a mix of experience levels — people who can bring their lessons learned and past successes to the table, and mentor and coach the team members who are earlier on in their careers.