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Workplace Retaliation Basics

Workplace retaliation might be defined as any detrimental move or measure taken by an employer towards an employee. Also by using the organization to prevent the employee from participating in an exercise that is legally guarded. Diverse regulations have been formulated by the federal government to shield employees from any kind of discrimination or harassment […]

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Company Award Over Employee Health and Safety

It appears that some employers may be more concerned about awards than the safety of their employees. The case involving Norfolk Southern Corp. certainly raises that question. A former employee was terminated in 2009 after he reported an on-the-job injury. The (OSHA) Occupational Safety and Health Administration determined Norfolk Southern was in violation of the […]

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The “Dirty Thirty” Problems With Employee Performance Reviews! Part 1

Warning, your boss does not want you to read about this!! I’m really excited about this new performance review series. In researching this aspect of performance appraisals I’ve gained greater insight and knowledge in how to prepare for them. As you know I love sharing…;0)

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Are job evaluation questions, answers used against you? Part 3

  Picking up where I left off last month I’ll talk more about evaluation questions some managers hope we won’t ask. Most employees believe the performance review is about the boss having control and power versus the employee being controlled and powerless. Nothing could farther from the truth!

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Employee retaliation may be insidious! Part 2

In the last post I talked about the 1st area involving workplace retaliation, “protected activity”. Now let’s focus on “adverse employment action” and “causal connection”. When employees complain about a protected activity such as talking to an employee rights attorney, managers will typically want “revenge”. Basic human nature says, “I must defend myself”. However, if […]

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