Monthly Archives: September 2014

Shortage Of Talent In Management Attributed To Outdated Selection Metrics

Presenteeism over outcome focus and flexibility are said to contribute to the shortage of talent in management.  This, because the selection process is based on old, outdated metrics, says Manpower Group’s VP, Mara Swan. Read more:

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On the Significance Of Manners and Listening

Manners are very disarming, and the opposite is also true.  Listening with an open mind only improves on this advantage.  I see the impact these qualities have in mediation over and over again. “The truth is, we’re better communicators when … Continue reading

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Retaliation Claims Significantly Surpass Other Discrimination Categories

The following article was recently published by InSide Counsel. Significant Developments In the Ever-Growing Field Of Employment Retaliation Law Several recent key developments should impact employment retaliation law in the years to come BY JENNIFER FLEMING, BRENDAN KELLEY SEPTEMBER 2, … Continue reading

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