Sat.Nov 19, 2022

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Is There a Downside to Treating Workers as Family?


If you have worked for several companies or organizations, you may have heard the line, “we’re a family here.” Many employers want to achieve this kind of culture in their company. Most of us spend around a third of our adult life at work. We get to bond with our coworkers and establish relationships with them. According to the American Time Use Survey , people spend around 5.6 to 7.8 hours a day working.

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How Internal Newsletters Can Boost Employee Engagement

HR Cloud

Employee engagement has become a key talking point in modern corporate discussions. From employers to C-suite executives and HR managers, employee engagement has become a top priority. This explains why organizations are more employee-centric than ever before. Today, HR managers are quite interested in exploring what employees expect from the organization.


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My Favorite Ways To Celebrate The Season

Thrive Global

Every year, I keep my family’s tradition going by making my Grandmother’s sweet potato recipe. I’m not quite sure how she ever made them taste so good, because as a child, I remembered the sweet, savory flavor would just be a little bite of heaven on a fork. Over the years, I have tried to make them taste the same, and while I’ve come close, somehow they are missing that special “Grandmother’s touch” The candied yams include butter, brown sugar sprinkled

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Elon Musk Shows How A Business Leader’s Ego Can Create A Crisis

Forbes Leadership Strategy

A business executive’s ego can help provide him or her with the confidence they might need to buy, start, or lead a company. But that same ego, left unchecked, can lead them to create or extend a crisis that threatens the organization's future.

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AI & DEI: With Great Opportunities Comes Great HR Responsibility

Speaker: Jen Kirkwood - Partner, Responsible HR & AI at IBM and World Economic Forum Executive Fellow

The promise of AI for today’s organizations is real, yet in a frenzied state of experimentation, many stumble to get to a full-scale enterprise. As companies race to discover what generative AI can do, HR must lead conversations about how to balance cutting-edge innovations with integrity, trust, and diversity. Globally, organizations are at a critical intersection of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and AI acceleration.

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EEOC Updates “Know Your Rights” Poster


Over the years, the federal government has enacted a series of anti-discrimination laws, which prohibit discrimination against job applicants and employees. If your business is covered by these laws, you must comply with them. You must also display the “Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is Illegal” poster, prepared by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

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How to Avoid an Expensive Tip Pooling Mistake


Sharing tips is a common practice in the restaurant industry. However, it’s a practice that regulators are trying to stop. The Labor Department said that in fiscal year 2021, the wage and hour division identified nearly $35 million in back wages owed to food service industry workers. What are the top 3 food service industry violations? The federal agency said its food service investigations often find violations related to: Employers keeping tips.

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Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Jailed For 11 Years: Four Lessons For Leaders

Forbes Leadership Strategy

The cautionary tale of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos provides leaders with four key lessons on ethical leadership.