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Executives, Managers: Are You LISTENING?

Like some of you who regularly follow our blog, I do the same by following some other blogs that report on workplace issues.  OnLabor.org is one of those blog sites with professionals of various backgrounds reporting on some of the … Continue reading

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Consider The Alternatives

A couple of weeks ago when we blogged about leadership, we referred to the Deloitte 2018 Millennial survey which showed a significant downturn in the perspectives of Millennials and Generation Z workers about their workplaces and leadership. In the survey, … Continue reading

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Do We Have Leadership Problems?

Over the holidays, I read James Comey’s book, A Higher Loyalty Truth, Lies And Leadership.  Whether or not you like Comey and his decisions as FBI director, he describes in his book some great leadership characteristics that are also very … Continue reading

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Our blogs will start back next week. Read over some of our previous blogs.   In the meantime, for those celebrating holidays, enjoy!

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Don’t Rely Just On The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread

Almost daily we hear about Artificial Intelligence, or AI, or something to do with AI.  AI is all over the place.  From Siri to autonomous vehicles, AI is supposedly the “big” thing.  Put a search in for AI and it … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays With Some Workplace Perks!

The holiday season is upon us!  This week’s blog is going to be a little different.  It’s inspired by the employee perks I heard about at one local workplace. This workplace does some neat rewards all year but their holiday … Continue reading

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Managers, Are We Setting a Good Safety Example?

On Wednesday, we had one of our breakfast meetings with a presentation on the changes and pending legislation for Ohio’s worker compensation laws.  It made me think of the accidents and injuries we’ve heard about from some workplaces and what … Continue reading

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A Workplace Investigation Gone Bad

I was watching the news on one of the local television stations and one of their special reporting units attempted to do an exposé on a worksite with municipal workers.  The reporter pointed out there were some workplace issues and … Continue reading

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Despite The Divisiveness, We Still Can Work Together

We are reminded daily about the divisive world we live in.  Whether it’s in our government and politics, the different cultures we may encounter, or simply interacting with each other, our ability to get along with one another sometimes appears … Continue reading

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If You Want To Change Culture, You May Have To Change Yourself

When a workplace decides to change its culture that allows for worker voice, it’s more than a change of the environment.  It’s about leadership changes, and that includes leaders having to change themselves.  Culture change is not an easy process.  … Continue reading

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