The former CEO of New York City Health+Hospitals sounded an alarm a couple years back. He stressed that the massive care provider was being challenged by a material shortfall in its funding and resources that required a significant response. Stanley Brezenoff stressed...
Month: July 2018
The company you work for may present a positive image of promoting the rights of women, minorities and other protected classes. However, the proof of this image is in the way your employer treats you on the job day-to-day. If you are expecting or have recently given...
Facing unwanted sexual advances in the workplace can be uncomfortable at the very least. For many workers, the actions and behavior can be so continuous that it constitutes sexual harassment and causes a disruption to individuals' abilities to do their jobs....
Aging is a natural part of life. While many people may experience different ups and downs along the way, numerous individuals can continue to work and remain an important part of the companies where they have often dedicated decades of their lives. Of course, some...
There are many industries that rely on seasonal workers when their operations are more heavily underway. Many agricultural-based companies hire more workers during harvesting times or other particular seasons, and these workers can play a vital role in ensuring that...
Working in a hostile environment can have many negative effects on employees. In some cases, individuals may face physical and emotional harm, and when workers face sexual harassment, they may even end up leaving their jobs or being fired for refusing to put up with...
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