Monthly Archives: March 2014

Should You Care About Turkey?

The U.S. is understandably distracted by the situation in the Ukraine, but the events unfolding in Turkey may be more important to the U.S. I just returned from a week in Turkey and I am concerned about the U.S. public’s … Continue reading

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New EEOC Workplace Guidelines On Garb and Dress:Clarification OR Increased Claims?

PRESS RELEASE 3-6-14 EEOC Issues New Publications on Religious Garb and Grooming in the Workplace Practical Guides Will Assist Employers and Employees WASHINGTON- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission today issued two new technical assistance publications addressing workplace rights and … Continue reading

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Be Wise, But Share Good News and Bad News With Employees

Leadership lessons from the military do not necessarily translate to the private sector.  I am uncomfortable with business books which continually analogize the workplace to the battlefield.  It’s not the same thing and I never want to minimize that service.  … Continue reading

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Did Your Business Learn From This Year’s Apocalyptic Storms?

Laura Stack posted an excellent INC. article, “You Can’t Stop A Polar Vortex, But You Can Be Ready For The Next One.”  While I travel constantly, I live in Atlanta, so this is a visceral subject to me both as … Continue reading

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