Category: Workplace Standards

Returning to work after Coronavirus

Back to A Changing Workplace

After several months away, many will soon return to their offices, plants, retail establishments and other workplace settings. As they do, they’ll find a changed, uncertain world as concerns over the spread and risk of Covid19 continue. In anticipation, organizations have quickly developed workplace rules addressing healthcare recommendations and regulatory

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How #Metoo Is Affecting the Public Workforce

The awareness and victories gained from the #MeToo movement have been especially notable in fields such as entertainment, business, and even politics. But there’s one sector that may be suffering from pervasive harassment problems and toxic culture that hasn’t seen much change: The government sector. A March 2018 study cited

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EEOC and ELI Share “A Meeting of the Minds” on Harassment

Here are some quotes from a document I read last week: “Workplace harassment remains a persistent problem.” … ““There is a compelling business case for stopping and preventing harassment” … “It starts at the top… leadership and accountability are critical” … “Training must change.” As I kept reading I thought,

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