360 Workplace Solutions Ltd. is delighted to announce the addition of two outstanding and accomplished professionals to its team.
Whether it be micro-aggressions, systemic and structural prejudice or overt acts of bigotry, 2020 has seen as meteoric rise with the recognition of, and concern with, harassment against racialized peoples.
To be sure, there’s real difficulty in trying to distinguish workplace conflict from the more destructive – and unlawful – phenomenon of workplace bullying.
Conducting a pre-assessment can feel like visiting a hotel room after Led Zeppelin stayed – it can be messy with a lot of pieces strewn.
Whether it be past inter-generational trauma, military service, violence or even the alleged events currently being investigated, interviewing a witness burdened with traumatic memories is becoming an increasingly common occurrence in workplace investigations.
There’s an allegory from the Middle Ages where a Knight comes to a fork in the road and sees an inscription that reads “if you ride to the left, you will lose your horse, if you ride to the right, you will lose your head.”
We are becoming a new kind of people. In the age of COVID, however, the marriage of leadership and parenting can be vexing.
Punching the clock during COVID-19 has been like drinking from a firehose – you’re likely getting much more than you can handle.
It’s surreal and seismic – one-third of the planet (2.6 billion people) are now at home taking medical precautions. The once unfamiliar term “social distancing” has become commonplace.
With changing regulatory and social expectations about the value of safe, harassment-free workplaces, employers are increasingly recognizing the importance of conducting fair and accurate workplace investigations.