Monthly Archives: March 2020

Let Teams Make The Decision

Last week’s blog identified some of the challenges we all are facing with the onset of the coronavirus.  Some workplaces have had to close and some are staying open.  Workers such as barbers,  beauticians, restaurant workers and others are facing … Continue reading

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Three Things to Remember During the Pandemic – **ALSO** Important CALMC Information

If you are like me, you are spending a lot more time at home practicing “social distancing” It’s a term that describes my high school days, but now has new meaning. I want to share some things to think about … Continue reading

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Did You Know TV Shows Can Help With Leadership Skills?

We don’t ordinarily think about television shows as being learning tools but there are a couple of shows that  have provided some lessons on leadership skills.  Each represents a completely different style. One of those shows is NCIS: New Orleans … Continue reading

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Three Things About a Union-Based Charitable Project

This week, our Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee membership meeting featured a presentation about a national charitable project that will be coming to Columbus this spring. The project provides an opportunity for local unions, other groups, and you to become involved. … Continue reading

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We Have Decisions To Make

We’ve blogged before about reports from the Boston Fed.  They’ve had  a  series of articles on the need for good jobs, flexible scheduling and, recently, the impact of technology on the workplace including the future of jobs. One of the … Continue reading

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