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Question: Eight months ago, I was solicited by a reputable employee search firm to become the chief executive officer of … Continue reading Who Misrepresented What? The Potential Cost of Leaving an Awful New Job
In her May 2021 federal lawsuit, terminated employee Amy Cooper sued her former employer, investment firm Franklin Templeton, for race … Continue reading You Can Sue for Anything. Even When You’re in the Wrong.
The manager called me, completely frustrated with his team. He told me his employees were negative; blamed each other for … Continue reading Hey, Manager, Are You the Problem?
Employees have had it. According to IBM’s recent survey, twenty-five percent of employees plan to leave their current employer in … Continue reading No Love Lost Update: What Do Employers Need to Realize to Keep Employees Onboard?
Question: I got promoted to supervisor because my coworkers liked me–or did before I became their supervisor. The problem started … Continue reading Avoiding a New Supervisor Trap
My top producer, “Luke,” out-performs any three employees. I love him to death. I wish I had more employees with … Continue reading The Competent Jerk: Managing a Top Performer Who Alienates His Coworkers