Striking the Balance Between Workplace Policies and Compassionate Action

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Mayo Clinic Fires 700 Employees You’ve likely heard the latest national news story regarding the large termination of approximately 700 employees by Mayo Clinic. They had released a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy requiring their workers to have their first vaccination … Read More

The Magical Power of Empathy

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What is Empathy? Empathy is the idea of stepping into the shoes of another person and what they’re going through. Just like the famous saying, “Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes.” Removing your barriers and letting go to fully … Read More

Bringing Hope to Employees for 2022

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You Hold the Power The holidays can bring up many emotions for employees who are feeling alone due to the loss of a loved one or not being able to visit their families. They may feel like outsiders thinking, “What … Read More

Leading Employees with Dignity during Layoffs

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Perspective Layoffs, furloughing…ever since the pandemic began it’s almost as though we hear more about these topics than we do about those becoming newly employed. Many of you have probably heard of the layoffs surrounding the Better.com CEO. In short, … Read More

Addressing Workplace Favoritism From the Top

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Defining Favoritism Workplace favoritism is defined as “a situation where someone in a leadership position demonstrates favor toward one employee over others. This is usually unrelated to their job performance and instead occurs due to a personal bond or friendship shared between … Read More

Minimizing Conflict in the Workplace

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Understanding the Importance I read in a recent article, “Workplace conflict is inevitable when employees of various backgrounds and different work styles are brought together for a shared business purpose. Conflict can—and should—be managed and resolved. With tensions and anxieties at … Read More

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