First, make sure it’s truly a pattern. If it is, here’s what to say.
The customer, a Florida megachurch, says it didn’t want her fired. But she lost her job anyway.
Job responsibilities change over time. Make sure your employees can change, too.
Just look at Uber or Wells Fargo to see what happens when you make excuses or turn a blind eye to top employees’ actions at the expense of culture.
It’s easy to get people to quit and hate you. Just do this.
“DON’T be evil” is Google’s corporate motto. If only it were so simple. The online-search giant is in a tricky spot after an employee published a long, anonymous memo online about why women are under-represented in the technology industry. The main reason may not be sexism, asserted James Damore, the young Harvard-educated software engineer later […]
Yes, but make them the right one…
Is there no middle ground when it comes to some employment rules?
Even Home Depot appears to be having second thoughts about this episode.
5 lessons to finding success as a small business owner while thriving as someone’s employee