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Civility at Work

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  • A roadmap to equality in the workplace
    This topic has also dominated my team’s discussions because we are committed to helping our clients create equality in the workplace. Companies who outsource HR to us desire these improvements. Strong HR puts plans into actions repeatedly and over time. ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-07-02
  • Workers on re-openings: ‘I would like to never go back to the office’
    Surveys are showing that employees are largely happy with working from home and are worried about their health and commuting as offices reopen. Many are still building out work-from-home setups and expecting to continue with a blended office-home structure. ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-07-02
  • Free PDF: Robotics in the enterprise
    Across the globe, healthcare innovation company Terumo Singapore says robots can disinfect a room within 15 minutes. Learn more in ZDNet's Aimee Chanthadavong article "Singapore hospital disinfects patient rooms using Xenex Lightstrike robots." Discover ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-07-01
  • ‘It Was All a Lie’: A Sanctimonious Stuart Stevens Scolds the GOP
    How the Republican Party Became Donald Trump, by Stuart Stevens (Knopf, 256 pages, $26.95) NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE N o matter how we regard the influence of President Donald Trump — as prime source of things gone wrong in politics or as deeply resented corrective — November 6, ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-29
  • Are Open Offices a COVID Relic?
    While open offices are still usable, the ultra-dense benching configurations are dead and at the very least, companies will need to firmly establish a rigorous cleaning schedule and evaluate the HVAC system, ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-29
  • The Mistake We all Make When Working with Outside Contractors
    Hiring outside contractors comes with a few unique challenges. ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-26
  • Infection control in buildings in the age of the coronavirus
    Pre-vaccine, any building with a lobby or reception area must consider its ... “We believe in collaborating with smart people,” says WRNS Studio’s Nunes, who adds that he might start looking for a healthcare scientist to enhance his firm’s stable ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-26
  • AINsight: Flight Deck No Place for Political Debates
    In the workplace setting, if not kept in check, these political discussions are ripe to become emotionally charged debates harming both personal and professional relationships. Beyond hurt feelings, not to mention the obvious distractions and safety implications, ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-26
  • How to be an ally to marginalized coworkers
    Show up for your colleagues by showing that you see them and their struggles ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-25
  • Virtual environments: The universal equalizer for the workforce
    Connecting people across geographies allows for different perspectives that generate new ideas and innovation. Could a virtual workplace be the answer to better business performance? ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-24
  • South Florida diners push back on restaurants’ coronavirus rules
    Restaurants need customers, especially now when they are forced to keep their capacities low. So how hard should they enforce coronavirus etiquette rules, such as wearing a mask until sitting down to eat? ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-24
  • West v. City of Houston Texas
    Appellant challenged an adverse summary judgment entered on her claims against her former employer, the City of Houston, for discrimination and creating a hostile work environment in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2020-06-22
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