Welcome to the Workplace Coach Blog rebranded! The renowned Workplace Coach blog is your source for insights, solid information, on-target solutions and answers to your questions. Other than our well known principal Dr. Curry, several of our consultants blog on issues such as: leadership, management, supervision, career, co-worker and employee reality, with a dose of legal aspects of management with a touch of humor! So have a seat…lets begin!
Sex harassment — so common a term that everyone thinks they know what these words mean and what happens when accusations fly. Do you? He said he didn’t harass her. She said he did. Often, sexual harassment happens behind closed doors and out of others’ eyesight. How do we unravel what happened? If you’re in management or HR, or a co-worker wanting to come to another’s aid, you may want to know. After all,… Read More
‘Mean girls’ can make the workplace difficult–but not impossible–to survive. The workplace mean girl. Have you tangled with one? Did you hold your own or did she ride roughshod over you? If you want to escape unscathed, learn to stop the mean girl in her tracks, root her out of your head and turn the tables on her. Don’t let her into your head Don’t let a mean girl rent space in… Read More
There’s minimal research that exists for the developing generation some experts are calling ‘Generation Z,’ as some say the generation hasn’t entered the workforce quite yet. However, according to SHRM the next Gen is of the year 2001, therefore 2014-2015 marks the year of generation Z’s infiltration of the workforce. So, who are these post-millennia individuals? Does it matter? Is it too early to tell? We are talking about a generation that… Read More
Are you wondering why your business has such a high employee turnover rate? Is the organization struggling to attract talent? A recent study conducted by Kenexa, which administrated a national-wide survey on employee engagement sampling thousands of employees revealed interesting statistics. Results indicated businesses are often perplexed on the reasons why employees separate from the organization; in fact over 40% of employers reported that the number one reason tends to be “poor… Read More