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How to Create a Safe Space for Transgender Coworkers

by Stephan Maldonado | November 02, 2018

Safe spaces are where people feel secure they won’t face discrimination. How can you create a safe space for transgender coworkers who may face discrimination at work?

What Leaders Can Do to Prevent Disrespect in Their Organizations

by Rosanne J. Thomas | October 02, 2017

Organizations are defined by the behaviors their management model and allow. With studies showing that respect is what employees want most on the job, we've summed up the five ways leadership can set a zero-tolerance stance on disrespect in their organizations.

5 Reasons You Shouldn't Quit Your Job

by Kristina Rudic | March 23, 2017

Feeling overwhelmed, unsatisfied, or just plain annoyed by your job isn't rare--and it happens to everyone. The difference between knowing when to...

How to Handle Criticism at Work

by Jon Minners | January 13, 2017

Criticism is part of the job, and the ability to handle criticism, constructive or not, will determine how far you make it in your career.

The Pros and Cons of Making Friends at the Office

by Jon Minners | January 10, 2017

There are many benefits to making friends in the workplace, but are they worth the risks that also come from these relationships ? We examine the pros and cons to having friends at work.

How to Act During an Exit Interview

by Jon Minners | November 09, 2016

For a disgruntled employee, an exit interview is the perfect opportunity to vent, but you should probably put more thought into how you act, because you may do more harm than good to your own reputation in the process.

Six Tips for Bringing Common Courtesy Back to the Office

by Jon Minners | November 02, 2016

When co-workers become too comfortable with one another, simple common courtesies go right out the window resulting in the workplace becoming a little more unprofessional. The following are tips for bringing common courtesy back to the office.

How to Handle Workplace Conflict

by Jon Minners | October 17, 2016

We spend much of our adult lives in the workplace. It is inevitable that, at some point, there is going to be a clash of egos among co-workers and if handled poorly, it may have a detrimental impact on their jobs. Here are some tips on how to keep the peace in the office.

The Differences Between a Boss and a Leader

by Jon Minners | August 10, 2016

As you obtain positions of authority, you will also come across one major choice that will impact your standing with employees – should I be a boss or a leader? There is a difference.

8 Sexist Behaviors to Avoid at Work

by Jon Minners | July 11, 2016

While not as prevalent as what was depicted on the show Mad Men, sexism and sexual harassment are still creating an unfair work environment for women. Here are 8 topics to pay attention to when it comes to dealing with co-workers of the opposite sex (written from a male perspective)

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