Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIB) in the Workplace. What Does It Mean and How Do We Get There? Last week I attended two workshops, two days in a row, on the topic of diversity and inclusion. Instead of my typical weeknight evenings of binge-watching my favorite Netflix shows with my dog on my lap, I was nerding out on D&I! I was seriously excited to attend, eager to learn and to have an open conversation with other business professionals around this topic that is finally gaining the importance it deserves. Both workshops took a different approach. The first one had…
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President & Founder of HumanageHR, Maria Cordova, is interviewed by Napa’s KVON radio host, Chris Templeton, about various HR issues such as California’s new sick leave law, and the makings of a good leader. Listen to the KVON Radio Interview below:
The answer is not as simple as one may think. The first step is to review your employee handbook, specifically your Drug and Alcohol Policy. Hopefully you have one. Read this article written by attorney, Pamela Fyfe, for more information.
President & Founder of HumanageHR, Maria Cordova, is interviewed by Napa’s KVON radio host, Chris Templeton, about various HR issues such as employment laws effecting California employers, how to engage and motivate employees, and turning a horrible boss into an amazing leader. Listen to the KVON Radio Interview below:
When I look back on the early stages of my career in human resources I think one of the hardest pills to swallow was the bad reputation I had been bestowed by way of the heavy HR crown I now so proudly wear. After all, it’s not easy being queen. Queen of what you ask? Queen of policy enforcement, humiliating disciplinary meetings, heartless layoffs, corporate restructurings, boring sexual harassment training, and endless documentation requirements.
This is a great wine law blog, written by employment law attorneys.
If you ask an HR professional this question I bet you will get a smile and then a multi-faceted answer. We want (and need) to be a trusted resource for employees, so there needs to be a genuine, friendly element to our approach. But when does it go too far and become a liability?