Category Archive: Uncategorized

Apr 08

I am now a Columnist at the Journal of Compensation and Benefits

I wanted to let everyone know that the Editor of The Journal of Compensation and Benefits, Mr. Mike Snyder, has given me the position of Regular Columnist. That means every issue (i.e. every two months) I will be writing a column for JCB covering the latest trends and rules that affect the world of employee …

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Aug 30

Creating a Valuable Training “Program”

We all know the scene but choose to ignore it – a senior employee or manager is taking an online training course and is talking on the phone, writing emails and basically ignoring the training session. Why? Because it has no importance to the employee’s job. It is irrelevant but something he or she has …

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Aug 05

We need transgender people to tell us about their workplace experiences

As part of the work that we are doing at the Workforce Productivity and Compensation Institute, we are looking at the experiences of transgender people in the workplace, and the issues they have with employers, coworkers, and customers. Our main goal is to establish materials that will help educate human resources professionals as to the …

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Mar 26

Millennials and Gen Z in the Workplace

They are determined, tech savvy, a little self-absorbed and none of them are older than 25. Millennial and Gen Z  students, age 18-24, used Adecco Staffing USA’s Way to Work study to tell us how they see the world of work. What did we learn about Generation Now? Millennials and Gen Z are hopeful. 50% of respondents feel ‘determined’ …

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