Employment Practices

Workplace Sexual Harassment: More Than Compliance

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released its 2017 numbers—last year saw a total of nearly 27,000 harassment allegations. 9,614 sexual harassment allegations were filed between the offices of the EEOC and FEPA, which does not include the many who do not report. For those who experience sexual harassment, the toll is heavy, unjust, and often […]

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Case Study: An Employment Practices Gap Analysis

Employment Practices Gap Analysis

In the insurance world, plan administrators and managers of pools will be quick to share that managing risk means an evidence-based awareness of the member’s risk profiles. Working off assumptions just doesn’t cut it. However, a gap analysis process can be painful and time consuming. The traditional approach has one major pitfall – often, it […]

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A Lesson from Equifax

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News of the Equifax breach has media, everyday consumers, and authorities in a frenzy unlike any other cyber theft this year. While details regarding the mechanisms of the attack are not available, there is one lesson every decision-maker in the workplace must realize: managing cybersecurity risk is essential. One of the most common cybersecurity myths […]

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Walking the Talk in Your Mission and Vision

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For management and decision-makers, your company’s mission and vision can simultaneously evoke both focus and stress. For example, using a compass to find the new gym downtown gives you the big picture, but you still don’t know whether to turn right or left up ahead.

How do workplace leaders incorporate their organization’s mission into the nitty-gritty of daily operations?

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