Articles: Civility At Work 2017-04-25T11:23:47+00:00

Civility at Work

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  • Is hugging over? Some sure hope so
    Two, don’t assume physical affection leads to negative behavior.” Countered another ... which is devoted to solving the nation’s etiquette quandaries. “To be any good, an embrace must be mutual,” Garrison Keillor once wrote. ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-21
  • Idaho lawmaker not sorry for yelling ‘abortion is murder’
    Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill, who led a "respectful workplace ... and said Foreman's behavior reflects on the Legislature. "I told him it wasn't an appropriate response; we need to conduct ourselves with much more dignity, civility and respect ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-20
  • Idaho lawmaker not sorry for yelling ‘abortion is murder’
    Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill, who led a "respectful workplace ... and said Foreman's behavior reflects on the Legislature. "I told him it wasn't an appropriate response; we need to conduct ourselves with much more dignity, civility and respect ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-19
  • Is the era of hugging over? Some people sure hope so
    Two, don’t assume physical affection leads to negative behavior.” Countered another ... which is devoted to solving the nation’s etiquette quandaries. “To be any good, an embrace must be mutual,” Garrison Keillor once wrote. ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-18
  • LAFD Chief Concerned with ‘Divisive’ Incidents
    "It all sort of relates to the Trump effect, because people in workplaces are having political conversations with each other," said Ibarra, an appointee of Mayor Eric Garcetti. "It's important that Chief Terrazas remind them about being civil. It's all ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-16
  • Is the era of hugging over? Some people sure hope so
    Two, don't assume physical affection leads to negative behavior." Countered another ... which is devoted to solving the nation's etiquette quandaries. "To be any good, an embrace must be mutual," Garrison Keillor once wrote. Yes, it's surreal to cite ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-14
  • Miss Manners: A call for returning to cheerful professionalism
    Miss Manners was shocked to read of a prominent feminist who, discussing harassment, was quoted first about hating “when that dude hugs me” — then, when a “no touching at work ... to do so. Etiquette is intended to regulate human behavior ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-12
  • A Better Way to Look at Most Every Political Issue
    The absence of maids—exploited, largely invisible workers who decades ago made keeping a house in order look much easier—is one of the biggest reasons today’s middle-class families feel stretched for time. For centuries, a woman’s social status was ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-11
  • Is the era of hugging over? Some people sure hope so.
    Two, don’t assume physical affection leads to negative behavior.” Countered another ... [Lunches, hugs, and break-room banter: Where are the new boundaries at work?] Here’s what makes the hugging question so tricky: From the outside, all hugs ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-09
  • 19 things managers most hate that employees do
    Before long, people will go out of their way to avoid you." "There's nothing as energy-draining as having to deal with a pessimistic coworker," Rosemary Haefner, chief human-resources officer for CareerBuilder, tells Business Insider. "Things do go wrong ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-09
  • Statement: SHRM Welcomes Transparency on Response to Sexual Harassment
    From template policies and tool kits to online chats and in-person educational seminars, SHRM provides HR with insightful guidance on dealing with inappropriate behavior ... Committing to a workplace culture of respect, tolerance and civility — one ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-09
  • Anti-harassment policies a mystery for many
    Although most employers have a policy on sexual harassment—a basic tool for preventing and addressing inappropriate behavior—many employees ... The most common changes were to include workplace civility and to tailor training to a specific workforce ... read more
    Source: Civility at WorkPublished on 2018-02-06