The best way to avoid charges of discrimination from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or other fair employment practices agencies is to proactively establish consistent employment practices and policies that spell out the expectations for workplace interactions and communications.
Confidence – that magic elixir that draws employees to a manager like bees to pollen. How do some managers exude confidence and others just come across as know-it-alls?
Skilled, well-mannered, conscientious employees have choices about where they work, and for whom. Your company, as an employer with skilled managers, competitive pay and benefits, has choices, too.
Here’s What You Can’t Afford to Ignore. You have a high-performing organization, a high-performing leadership team and your company culture is solid. You’ve come a long way from the early days. Your business has grown from a small start-up to a business that other companies want to buy. Now what?
The last thing any manager wants to do is fight a discrimination charge from a job applicant. Who has the time?