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Are your people afraid? How to minimize fear and maximize trust

by Judith E. Glaser Are your people afraid? I’m not asking if you are a bully or a bad boss, or about the fear about being punished for a well-thought-out plan or product launch that fails. I’m talking about something … Continue reading

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Job Loss from Age Discrimination – Not Taking It Lying Down

…or Please You Better Respect My Generation! Richard L. White, a former director of career services at Rutgers University for 22 years, recently joined three other employees over the age of 60 and sued Rutgers for age discrimination. According to the … Continue reading

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Workplace Resilience After a Tragedy – What to do

by Karlin Sloan Right out of college I had a job at a small telecommunications company. One of the employees just didn’t seem right. He was quick to anger, slammed his fists against his desk, pushed his co-workers when he … Continue reading

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