An Update from ELI
To get the latest on preventing workplace harassment read the EEOC’s June 20th report written by Chai Feldblum and Victoria Lipnic. Want to learn more about the EEOC report? Click here to visit our EEOC Study resource center.
It shouldn’t require legislation for a business to require that its workers treat each other with respect. Do you have specific rules in place about employee behavior that align with your organization’s principles and values?
Many businesses claim to have an “open door policy” about hearing and handling complaints, and yet employees are often still afraid to speak up. How can you create an environment that encourages feedback?
Employee engagement has a lot to do with job satisfaction. Unfortunately, incivility in the workplace is epidemic, and a great deal of time is wasted resolving unnecessary conflicts. What needs to change in your organization before employees are excited about coming to work each day?
Successful organizations create a culture that welcomes feedback and investigates issues promptly. But how do you prevent individuals from reacting poorly to concerns and acting in a retaliatory manner?
Social media has changed the way we communicate. Messages are quickly sent, distributed, and then they last forever. What should you do to make sure that what you’re sharing will not negatively impact coworkers, customers, or your future?
Communication or Persuasion
Technology makes it easy to distribute information and explain how to apply that knowledge. But how do you persuade an individual to use it to change a process or behavior that has been firmly ingrained?
Trusted organizations back up what they promise and they deliver. If there’s a problem, they fix it. Building trust in the workplace is not much different. What best practices should you follow to achieve trust in your organization?