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You’re tired of hiring consultants to train your staff. You want your
employees to learn about change management, teamwork and communication
skills by doing—not sitting and listening to “experts” lecture about
Like cockroaches, some employees can survive anything. Empires can rise and fall around them and they quietly endure.
Labor leaders see e-mail-based organizing as a way to reverse labor’s declining membership.
When something goes wrong, some employees always seem to have an alibi.
You want to hold them accountable, but they explain how they weren’t
“in the loop” or they weren’t around.
Beware of new Labor Department scrutiny.
In this tight job market, you may feel lucky to get anyone to fill an
open position. But don’t celebrate too soon. By making the newcomer
feel welcome from the outset, you increase the odds that the worker
will stay and prosper.
I knew a guy with a great résumé. He had technical expertise, a nice
mix of job experiences and a steady work history. He interviewed well,
Q. What is the protocol for a job seeker who submits a résumé
and is told “action will be taken in one week?”
Q. An employer offered to hire me on a 30-day trial basis. I accepted
the “consultant fee” without negotiating because I have bills to pay.
Should I have played the “Is-that-your-best-offer” game?
San Jose, Calif., has the highest minimum wage in the United States,
thanks in large part to Amy Dean. At age 36, Dean is the dynamo who
combines intelligence and people smarts to run the South Bay office of
the AFL-CIO in San Jose. Dean spoke with us about her approach to
negotiation and diplomacy in her rough-and-tumble world.