Sometimes you take on work for which you aren’t paid—because it matters, or because you’ve been talked into it. Perhaps … Continue reading Surfside Condo Disaster Reminds Us: When You Serve on a Board, You Hold Lives and Livelihoods In Your Hands
It’s not your imagination. There are more incidents of violence across our country than ever before. It doesn’t matter where … Continue reading Are You Prepared for a Shooting?
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Worn out. Skeptical. Disengaged. If those words fit you, your co-workers, or employees, you’re not alone. As fully outlined in … Continue reading Worn out. Skeptical. Disengaged.
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Our country is deeply divided. What’s happened and is happening in the protests turned violent through our country can scare … Continue reading Polarization is Killing Our Country: 7 Concrete Steps to Heal
Question: We were shocked to learn that two of our employees had travelled to Washington, D.C. to take part in … Continue reading Can We Fire Employees Who Took Part in the Capitol Building Riots?