5 Examples of Effective Workplace Civility Exercises

“Be respectful to your colleagues.” It may seem like a simple directive and one that adults should be able to figure out on their own. In reality, though, people have always had very different ideas about what kind of behavior is appropriate for the workplace. That’s why generic platitudes like “in this workplace, we value respect” aren’t very helpful — even when the intentions behind

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What You Need to Know About Changes to New York and California Sexual Harassment Requirements

2019 has seen a flurry of activity pertaining to sexual harassment and sexual harassment training. More and more state legislatures are investing time and resources into crafting laws designed to prevent harassment in the workplace. This year we’ve seen state laws prohibiting arbitration agreements and limiting the ability of companies to enter into confidentiality agreements related to sexual harassment claims. There has also been significant

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