A manager frustrated with an employee who frequently complains wonders if the problem lies with their management style, the team or the employee. Evil HR Lady offers perspective and potential solutions.
The ability to effectively understand and manage emotions is
essential to success in the modern workplace. Almost every
workplace encounters conflict that can leave employees feeling
stressed. How do you deal with it?
When a hybrid schedule creates an odd split with two people managing the entire staff half the time, one manager wonders how to deal with the difference in styles.
For an employer tired of paying for the unemployment benefits of “bad employees” they let go, Evil HR Lady prescribes getting to the root of the termination problem.
When remote workers encounter power outages, can employers require verification? What’s a fair amount of time for employees to be on standby?
While it may be easier to think of the world as English speaking only, there are many relationships (and bottom lines) that can be improved through increased language access.
Guest writer Cassandra Walker Pye shares how bringing
together people with varied backgrounds can lead to
more thoughtful and creative ideas.
An employer seeks answers about the ethics and boundaries of commenting on an employee’s personal life.
An employer seeks out ways to offer staff members flexibility when working from home isn’t an option.
The emergence of remote work has broadened the horizons for
cyberbullying. We share the warning signs and five ways to