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So many headlines these days seem to follow this trajectory: Day 1 – allegations are made of harassment, or similar misconduct, against a high-level individual in an organization. Day 2 – the accused individual is fired. We hear a lot these days about these previously high-powered individuals rapidly falling from grace (and power and profit!) … Continue reading Everyone is Entitled to a Good-Faith Investigation
Should employees take Paid Time Off (PTO)? Yes! Look, this is so simple: a burnt out, stressed employee is not useful to an organization. Of course, I realize you can’t always take a break when you want. There are periods of time when long hours are necessary, and you have to work for weeks … Continue reading Vacations and Paid Time Off: The Employer Perspective
In my past life as an HR consultant, I’ve been called in to advise and assist clients on a number of “holiday-party-gone awry” situations, the kind that create an aftermath of months of employee gossip and that cause significant concerns for the employers in question. I remember a senior level manager, who had been served … Continue reading HR Rebecca’s 10 Tips to Throw the Best Year-End Party