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#MeToo Hits the Workplace

The accusations of sexual harassment and assault against Harvey Weinstein and others have unleashed a cascade of reports of similar conduct across a wide range of industries. As the #MeToo campaign has caught fire on social media, women and men of seemingly all ages, all professions, and all levels have come forward to share their […]

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3 Attributes Leaders Should Embody to Inspire Employee Growth

By the pure nature of how they conduct themselves with every touchpoint, executives are influencing – for better or worse – the next generation of leaders. That’s why integrity and understanding the power of influence are so important when it comes to professional development. Much of the success of people programs rest on the example leaders set […]

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Raising the Bar: Eliminating ‘Unconscious Bias’ in the Workplace

“Unconscious bias” is a workplace term we often hear discussed these days by HR professionals and legal experts. Many people are unsure of the exact meaning of this term or they think it is some new age concept or perhaps the latest buzzword describing a new form of discrimination in the workplace. Actually, it’s neither. […]

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Preventing Workplace Violence: More Important Now Than Ever

Violence in society – and the workplace in particular – is on the upswing. The prevalence of active shooter incidents drives home the fact that preventing workplace violence must be a top priority of HR managers across all industries.

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3 Ways HR Must Adapt to Key 21st Century Changes

“Millennials just don’t have the values and work ethic of our times.  They want everything the easy way.”  How many times have you heard this? When someone complains to me about “young people these days….,” I counter with questions like: Why don’t you drive a horse carriage instead of a car? Why do you use […]

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High Profile or Not, Sexual Harassment Claims Require Employer Action

Sexual harassment — the subject has exploded in recent weeks as people from all walks have spoken up about a menacing workplace problem. Even though antiharassment efforts are a priority in human resources circles, recent revelations about the actions of some high-profile executives are likely to cause employers to ask the question, “Are we doing […]

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Sexual Harassment Scandals Rock Hollywood

What happens when an industry has a culture of ignoring sexual harassment? The sexual harassment scandals rocking Hollywood paint a vivid picture.

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Persisting Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Some see Harvey Weinstein’s ousting from a popular position in public opinion as a watershed moment for fighting sexual harassment. Here at the HR Daily Advisor we are no strangers to accounts like those of victims that have swept the presses recently. Indeed, sexual harassment is at least as old as Hollywood itself – but […]

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3 Hard Realities for HR Professionals—and How to Handle Them

As someone who works in behavior change for a living, I would like to help you take a fresh approach that you may have not previously considered. If you’re in the middle of an HR fiasco now, don’t run out for a glass of wine just yet. Here are three challenges (or hard realities) you […]

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HR’s Priorities Not Aligned with Company Executives’, Finds Mercer Study

Mercer’s 2017 Global Talent Trends Study, conducted among 7,500 business executives, HR leaders and employees worldwide, has found that the top priorities of HR leaders match up with “evolving employee capabilities,” but less so with company exec’s goals for “more substantial workplace change.”

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