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Added: 19/11/2018
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Added: 03/10/2018
If that snippy coworker is being passive-aggressive in an email (again!), resist the urge to send an equally snarly response. “The goal of the passive-aggressive person is to get someone else to visibly act out the anger that they have been concealing,” social worker  Signe Whitson , author of  “The Angry...
Added: 03/08/2018
Performance Improvement Plans, or PIPs, are used all over the world—ostensibly to address and improve the work of underperforming or unhappy employees. Unfortunately, they are often remarkably unsuccessful at achieving that outcome.  In most cases, PIPs are really used just to buy time before making a personnel change; create a...
Added: 09/04/2018
In a perfect world, managers could handle day-to-day activities, plan for the week’s meetings, take care of personnel issues, and create a compelling  succession plan  without a problem. Predictably, however, present-day issues often win out over planning for the future. Things come up that take precedence over preparing for the...
Added: 09/01/2018
“Human resources is not your friend. It’s there to protect the company.” What did she say? I thought my friend was making a joke based on my recent articles  why CEOs should be losing sleep over the state of their human resource departments . That they are often neither  human nor...
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