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Workplaces are made up of diverse groups of people with diverse motivations, backgrounds, and ethics. When such groups are brought together, sometimes there are opportunities for ethical, moral, financial, or even legal, boundaries to be crossed. Sometimes those boundaries are crossed with disastrous results. A workplace code of conduct is a tool that can be […]

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Employer-paid unemployment insurance taxes and costs can be significantly important and represent a potentially critical liability. For some employers, UI tax liabilities and their relationship to other employment-related cost have begun to increase significantly and now have a measurable impact on the bottom line. While higher UI tax liabilities are just the most obvious risk […]

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The proliferation in the sexual harassment cases claims the costs and liabilities related to your significant business, financial, and human resources. This can hinder with the growth and can question the work and reputation of your organization. Potential claims now often exceed six-figure numbers. Imperatively, sexual harassment increases recruitment and hiring costs, absenteeism and turnover […]

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Many times, people assume that businesses are unethical, only care about their investors or shareholders and the bottom line. Some days it appears that the only news is linking businesses to scandals. Good business ethics are crucial for the long-term success of an organization. A company’s ethics will have an influence on all levels of […]

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Employee handbooks are a critical tool in providing important information about your organization to employees. Employee handbooks typically describe what you expect of your employees and what your employees can (should) expect from you. Employee handbooks also provide critical information about your organization and your workplace, and how your employees are expected to fit in. […]

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General Carl von Clausewitz defined friction as “…the force that makes the apparently easy so difficult,” and “countless minor incidents… combine to lower the general level of performance, so that one always falls short of the intended goal.” Friction is why, in civilian occupations, organizational performance often falls short of plans, and for no obvious […]

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Employee engagement is rooted in trust, communication and commitment. An engaged employee is one who is both absorbed and enthusiastic about their day-to-day work and the direction of the organisation as a whole. They are invested in the company’s reputation and feel valued in return. This inevitably results in a measurable increase in both individual […]

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