Have you put much thought into how you conduct yourself while on the job? Your actions will have a direct impact on your fellow employees, which in turn can affect the organizational culture. For example, if you treat everyone around you with courtesy and respect, you’re contributing to a healthier, happier work environment. On the […]
Think before you post, share, or message something that can come back and bite you.
Perhaps nowhere online are people more vocal than Twitter. A lightning rod for opinion, Twitter is useful for harvesting unfiltered opinions on anything.
Bias and discrimination against people with disabilities have not significantly subsided despite the implementation of laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed thirty years ago. The result being that disability bias remains a significant issue in many workplaces and society as a whole.
A poor culture often goes hand in hand with ethical misconduct.
On March 11, 2020, the judge in the Harvey Weinstein case sentenced the defendant to 23 years in prison after his conviction for the sex crimes that, in part, sparked the #MeToo movement and encouraged women to speak out about sexual harassment and other forms of sexual abuse.