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10 Ways to Deal with Difficult Employees
 For most leaders and managers, dealing with a difficult employee is something that is, frankly, difficult. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. The reason why so many managers struggle in this area of business is because they simply don’t take measures to mitigate or analyze a situation, then apply an effective solution.

LGBT Workplace Sensitivity Training
People who identify as Lesbian/Gay/Bi-Sexual/Transgender (LGBT) are as much a part of the workforce as they are society. There was once a time when the LGBT community was not very well received in the workplace but that has changed.

It's Not Just About Diversity; It's About Respect
We hear a lot about how diversity instills the best in what business is capable of doing, and this makes sense. With a widely ranging background of people existing in your company, stemming from associates who have varied experiences and skill sets derived from a multitudes of origins, it goes without saying that diversity increases the strength of any organization.

A Guide to Dealing With Workplace Bullies
Nearly half of U.S. workers have experienced or witnessed some sort of workplace bullying. It may take the form of insults, threats, yelling or ostracism, but in any form it is harmful and can be costly to a company.

Workplace Violence: How to Identify the Warning Signs
Violence in the workplace is something to take very seriously. Not only can it obliterate businesses with all of the negative news coverage and loss of service capability, but actual lives of those working in the company (and those in protective services trying to help) can be destroyed, either through fines, loss of work, or death.

Employer's Quick Guide to Avoiding Sexual Harassment Liability
Employers can be held liable for any sexual harassment that occurs in the workplace. However, if they take reasonable care to prevent and correct harassment, they will not be liable.

It's Not Just About Diversity; It's About Respect
We hear a lot about how diversity instills the best in what business is capable of doing, and this makes sense. With a widely ranging background of people existing in your company, stemming from associates who have varied experiences and skill sets derived from a multitudes of origins, it goes without saying that diversity increases the strength of any organization

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