The roughly 900-employee, 106-bed hospital has gotten really good thanks in large part to Hausmann’s tireless work ethic, something she calls the “protected hour,” and a box of cookies.
Leaders and the field of leadership are changing, as well as the world of work. We are shifting and transforming to attract and retain talent and create excellent organizational outcomes in volatile and unpredictable times.
Evil HR Lady explains why objective documentation is key when it
comes to “toxic” employees.
Discover Northern California’s premier destination, a AAA Four Diamond resort featuring an action-packed casino, luxurious hotel, award-winning dining, plush amenities, and the incredible entertainment locale, The Venue.
In a world where education is the cornerstone of personal and societal growth, the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) stands as a stronghold for progress and inclusivity.
Inside California Education, a unique and innovative television program, presents stories from across the state’s public school system to inform and inspire audiences. This award-winning series, produced by Sacramento-based PBS KVIE, airs locally on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 6 p.m.
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is one of the most desirable employers among all California law enforcement agencies, drawing candidates from neighboring counties, throughout the state and even other states.
In the fast-paced and ever-changing world of business, the role of a leader is both thrilling and challenging. This year, it’s crucial for leaders to be armed with the right strategies to navigate the corporate landscape successfully.
Being the CEO of UC Davis Health isn’t easy. But that’s only half of Dr. David Lubarsky’s job as he is also the school’s vice chancellor of human health sciences. Here’s how he makes it all work.
When does being a jerk become breaking the law? Evil HR Lady
tackles this question and more.