What women bring to the table: A lesson learned Revisted

I am in San Francisco this week as my wife attends Dreamforce. I opted not to attend, as I have in the past. But I was reminded of this post about a great session I went to in 2016.  I am in San Francisco this week to attend the Dreamforce conference. Unfortunately, yet fortunately, I …

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From the Archive: Six Interesting age facts HR and business leaders should know

I got into a discussion with a friend about age discrimination. He agreed that age discrimination is much more rampant and “under the radar” than most people think. That made think it was time to dust off this post. A couple of interesting age facts taken from Tom Peters’ book The Little BIG Things. Written in …

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Three for Thursday: HR articles to inform and educate

I read other people’s blog posts. All of you should regularly read several, but you may not have the time or the inclination. So I read for you and point out some of the ones that I think do a good job of informing you about a subject. #1 This week’s selection starts one from …

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The OFCCP and Pay Transparency: Will it make a difference?

Pay transparency is all the rage. It is however not a new issue, it is just an issue that has new import attached to it due to the new Executive Order that addresses pay transparency. Executive Order 13665 In the spring of 2014 President Obama signed EO 13665, but it was not until September 15, …

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An Opinion: What is the big deal about Women in management?

This is an opinion piece. So if you don’t like my opinions don’t read this. I just read an article asking the question Should More Women in the Workplace be a Requirement? The author quotes German law where companies are required to have women in 30% of their supervisory and managerial positions. He asks if …

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Does gray hair make a difference?

In a recent post writer, entrepreneur, and consultant Rebecca U. Harris asked the question “Can gray hair be a business issue for women?” Her answer was of course “Yes” as mine would be. However, I don’t agree with her statement about it being an issue for men. Men don’t like it either Harris makes the …

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