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"You can’t have more than one persona," says CEO Tom Raffio. "You have to be the same person in the boardroom and the mailroom."
The EEOC, for the first time on the federal level, has ruled that discriminating against an employee based on sexual orientation counts as unlawful sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
Continuing its attack on misclassification of employees, the U.S. Department of Labor has released new guidance that clarifies how companies should distinguish between employees and independent contractors.
Has it come to this, where we need anti-distraction apps in our lives? Absolutely. Here are five to make you stay on task.

The story of how a Nabisco exec wowed senior management with her presentation on building the Life Savers brand is an excellent lesson in how to deliver a message.

Once in a while, we all need a reminder that our co-workers' behaviors are not necessarily designed just to drive us crazy.
Are the dog days of summer taking a toll on your staff’s creativity and productivity? Try one of these strategies to reenergize the workplace.
Paid sick leave is quickly catching on as a must-have benefit, driven by both government mandates and business realities. But is there a downside?
There's a long list of behaviors that can create a hostile, intimidating or offensive environment in the eyes of the law. Do you know everything that's on it?
Here are a few simple reasons to put an employee recognition program into practice right now—and tips on how to do it.