Monthly Archives: November 2012

A Neutral Perspective on the Hostess Situation

There has been a lot in the news media about the labor dispute between Hostess and the unions that represent the employees. It always amazes me how little is left out of the headlines or how little the news media … Continue reading

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Do You Engage Employees During Meetings?

When I worked for another employer, we had regular staff meetings. I sat semi-patiently in these meetings to listen to the information we were being provided, even when it was the same information we had heard before. Input from the … Continue reading

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CHANGE AND REVISIONING

I am blogging about two things in one article. First of all, this last week we posted another webinar on our CALMC On Demand.  This one is Planning Effective Meetings.  This webinar focuses on specifically on planning the meeting.  We … Continue reading

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The Impact of A Changing Workforce

On our Facebook and LinkedIn pages we have posted articles pertaining to the workplace.  This week’s article was a report recently compiled by Cornell’s Industrial and Labor Relations School, Employment and Disability Institute in coordination with Rutgers University and The … Continue reading

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