The line between personal and professional lives has gotten blurry. With increased social media usage in the workplace (read more about that on our blog here), and business communications now accessed by smartphones around the clock, it has become harder and harder to keep the two worlds separate. Yet when it comes to relationships in the workplace, the lines between personal and professional need to remain clear. Office romances may have become more common and less taboo than they once were, but the risks are ever-present.
What do you think about when you hear the term sexual harassment? Sexual harassment in employment is often believed to involve unwanted comments, contact or attention towards females by male perpetrators. Sexual harassment may be thought of in this way as a result of statistics that have shown there to be more reports of sexual […]
With Jordan Rodney and Miriam Anbar In this segment, Employment Lawyers HR experts, Jordan Rodney and Miriam Anbar will discuss the importance of taking care of the ‘people-side’ of the business from a legal perspective. Employers and employees alike often need guidance navigating the legalities of complex workplace situations. Business leaders must be equipped with […]
With Julie Ruben Rodney & Geraldine Kehoe Have you hired someone for your small business? Not sure how to go about it or what you need to know? This is the session for you! Learn the techniques for finding the right people for your business and the steps you need to take to ensure that […]
With Jordan Rodney & Ilana Stern In today’s complex and competitive work environment, taking care of the ‘people-side’ of the business becomes increasingly important to organizations. In turn, business owners and executives need to be equipped with the tools to minimize risk and deal with employee issues professionally and promptly. This session […]
With Julie Ruben Rodney What do employees really want? If you are a business leader committed to achieving your business goals, as well as creating a dynamic workplace answering this question is imperative. Julie Ruben Rodney, an expert in guiding leaders to engage their people, explores the answer to this question through an informative, practical […]
With Julie Ruben Rodney Hear Julie Ruben Rodney explore why the number one competency for leaders is self-awareness. She will discuss how there are many competencies that are important for effective leadership, however why self-awareness is the single most important. It is critical for leaders to be able to look at themselves in the mirror […]
Time management in the workplace is a real struggle for many people. Distractions, emails, meetings, and deadlines – it is very easy to become overwhelmed from juggling all these activities.
Do you dread facilitating meetings or education sessions for fear the participants will complain that they are a boring waste of time? If you learn how to facilitate properly, your audience will not feel this way.
For a succession plan to work, the best people must be in place when new leadership is required to run the business. The time to hire those people is well before they’re actually needed to move into a key position.