Why People Accept Jobs: 9 Reasons…

Is Your Organization Selling what employees want to buy? The question Gallup posed most certainly creates a pause for both the employer who is searching for top talent and the job hunter who comes with his or her own fair share of what they will or will not accept. 9 Reasons Employees Accept Job Offers Here are a few things that top talent seek in … Continue reading Why People Accept Jobs: 9 Reasons…

7 Job Interview Red Flags…

Opportunities don’t happen, you create them Chris Grosser Harvard Business Reviews top Job Interview Red Flags by Rebecca Zucker . Here are my top 7 favs. Constant rescheduling and disorganization Disrespecting others Values conflict Lack of clarity or consistency in answers to your questions Bait and switch – job starts to sound different from job description Resistance to change (they say they want to change … Continue reading 7 Job Interview Red Flags…

22 Companies Celebrating Juneteenth: America’s Newest Holiday

On June 17, 2021, Juneteenth became an official federal holiday. Federal employees will have it as a paid day off. Many companies are taking steps to officially recognize this day to support people of color following the protests of systemic racism and inequality in the U.S. Here are a list of early forerunners taking the lead on this from 2021-2022: Companies Recognizing Juneteenth Nike Target … Continue reading 22 Companies Celebrating Juneteenth: America’s Newest Holiday

Managers Be Human – 4 Ways…

Originally posted on Success Strategies:
Are you a manager or leader of some sort? Harvard Business Review article shared 4 points to help managers be seen as more human. Here I share: Be Personal Be Self-Aware Be Selfless Be Compassionate In my research on what makes leaders successful, self-awareness was one of the traits that stood out. But being of service to others depends on… Continue reading Managers Be Human – 4 Ways…

Minimum Wage On The Rise…

Hospitality leaders gained first hand knowledge of the changes at the NLRB, fines for violations of Human Trafficking laws and Minimum wage changes from Board Certified Labor Attorney Bob Turk. Thanks Bob for encouraging leaders to Heed the warnings. Minimum Wage rose from $8.65 to $10 an hour. The Sonesta Hotel hosted the HHRABC Association and Dade Membership event. We are grateful to those who … Continue reading Minimum Wage On The Rise…

Where Did The 8-Hour, 5-Day Work Week Come From? Rissman Tells All…

Turning point for the Standard Work Week shared by Stearns Weaver Miller on what’s happening concerning COVID_19 Where did the 8 hour, 5 day work week come from? Ford Motor Company in 1914, but it was a long time coming.  Before that, factories were open around-the-clock with employees working long days and 100 hour weeks. In the late 1880s, a labor movement started using a … Continue reading Where Did The 8-Hour, 5-Day Work Week Come From? Rissman Tells All…

Work. Work. Work. Social And Remote Changes To Reopen…

Society has changed since the Pandemic and so has work. With the world-wind of changes as society continues to evolve, many are left struggling to catch-up. So How Do You Survive? So how do you survive? Here are a few ways that SHRM encouraged organizations to update and/or create policies that address the new norm at work. If and how the organization will conduct temperature … Continue reading Work. Work. Work. Social And Remote Changes To Reopen…

Social Distance. 5 Ways To Greet Safely…

Here’s a hug for you, and for you, and one for you. But Hold up! With the advent of the Corona virus we are not supposed to be hugging right? It’s called keeping your social distance. We are now forced to find new ways to greet others at social gatherings such as in the networking sphere. 5 Ways To Greet Safely Here are 5 Ways: … Continue reading Social Distance. 5 Ways To Greet Safely…

Will Anyone Want To Read What You Write?

Raise your words not your voice. It’s rain that grows flowers not thunder ~Rumi With exclamation signs and all the teacher sent an email titled “Important! Please read!” Parents rolled their eyes. Who wants to read a lengthy email captioned like that? The essence of what she wrote was students folders were sent home with report cards. Why not just say that? What parent isn’t interested … Continue reading Will Anyone Want To Read What You Write?

13 Things I Learned From Working With A Micro Manager…

 Give me guidance, not micro management Micromanagement. It’s negative. Besides the organizational impact of higher turnover, stress, lowered productivity, team members suffer dire consequences when being micro-managed. We dare say that many still practice it… but is it wise? Is there a basis for micromanagement? Micromanagement is a management style whereby a manager closely observes and/or controls the work of his/her subordinates or employees. Micromanagement is generally considered … Continue reading 13 Things I Learned From Working With A Micro Manager…

Top 20 Companies To Work For…

Success is no accident Years ago I managed the process that led to GlaxoSmithKline capturing the coveted Employer of Choice Award. It was indeed a great place to work. Since then I have always been encouraged by other companies who achieve the same feat and become the envy of many who long for a great place to work…somewhere you can’t wait to jump out of … Continue reading Top 20 Companies To Work For…