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Rotech Healthcare Inc.
Tarzana Treatment Centers
City of Chicago
I have been asked a lot of questions about what employers can and can’t disclose about a former employee’s performance and reasons for leaving the company. So, I decided to find out what the law says, as well as what in-house counsel would generally advise an HR department, about disclosures. I consulted with Carole Jurkash, a fellow University of Chicago graduate who went on to get her law degree from Yale Law...
As the economic climate rapidly changes due to social distancing, gig economy and remote working influences, companies are seeking alternative virtual methods not just for hiring but also for onboarding. Right now leading indicators continue to demonstrate it is still an ideal time to look for a new job. So what can you expect under the new norm?
It is common knowledge that EEO compliance has developed into an extremely complex and sometimes controversial process. In just the last 14 years alone we have witnessed an endless stream of changes to the expectations of contractors including:
Changing from eight (8) to two (2) availability factors
The brief, rocky visit of the EO Survey
The as yet, unrealized threat of multiple regression as a tool to find comp...
The Coronavirus. Quarantine. Social distancing. A potential global recession. Needless to say, there is a lot to be nervous about right now.
It’s a difficult time. Uncertainty reigns. And as a result, your stress may be at an all time high. You might be wondering what implications the pandemic has for your team, your organization, your career, your family, the economy, and the world.
This goes doubly for Sensi...
Welcome to the Monthly Work Remix, where I answer career and workplace questions submitted by professionals like you. Every month, I’ll adapt episodes of my brand new podcast, The Work Remix, into a reader-friendly advice column.
Click the links below to stream the individual episodes and hear my answers in greater detail.
Episode 4 – “Understanding a Multigenerational Team as a Traditional Startu...
Every workplace is filled with interesting personalities — including frustrating ones.
If you feel like you’re surrounded by difficult people at the office, take heart. You’re not alone. Studies have found that one in eight people leave a job due to problems with coworkers.
Gossiping co-workers can be the most problematic of all. Not only do they distract you and drain your energy, but the negativity...
You’ve decided to change jobs. Or maybe you’re looking to reinvent your career completely. Whatever your motivation, you need to clearly articulate what you’re looking for in your next role. And you need to be specific. In my work with clients, I am amazed at how frequently many clients are unable to articulate what they want.
I’ve got news for you. No company out there is looking for a Director o...
I hear a lot of unfounded ideas of how to find a job that is right for you. Nothing breaks my heart more than people accidentally getting in their own way! And that’s exactly what career myths are: lies we’ve been told that are keeping up from achieving happiness.
So far I’ve dispelled several myths about careers: changing careers is risky, you can’t make a living doing what you love, you always...
I’ve seen it many times. After wrapping up one of my presentations, I’m approached by a Baby Boomer or Gen X manager who says, “My young employees just don’t have any common sense! How can I understand them?”
Other times I hear more extreme responses like, “My Millennial employees are lazy and entitled. I regret hiring anyone under 35.”
I am strongly against generational shami...