Prepare for Landing: Creating Lasting Policy Change After the Wildest Ride in History

Prepare for Landing: Creating Lasting Policy Change After the Wildest Ride in History

Nearly everyone would agree that 2020 has been a year filled with twists that have turned the HR world on its head. Just when the employment law community felt we had a handle on COVID-19 policy compliance, the world was shocked by heartbreaking displays of police brutality and racial insensitivity. When one round of protests […]

Good Training Gone Bad: Oregon Harassment Training Session Leaves Black Mark on EEOC

According to a February 15, 2019 report published by the Statesman Journal, representatives from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) met with a number of Oregon state legislators in a February 14 three-hour “listening session” requested by the Oregon officials after an EEOC training session left several legislative staffers and other learners with […]

Maintaining Strict Adherence to Ethics and Code of Conduct Policies Should be at the Forefront of Business Priority

Ethics can be a dirty word for executives and management employees. Although all businesses like to think that they remain in compliance with a code of conduct, the term itself often connotes trouble or a sign of rough water ahead. In reality, many businesses maintain an ideal of staying at the forefront of business ethics […]

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