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Lack of Diversity and Inclusion at Google Should Be a Wake-up call for the Tech Industry

Cultural Issues Behind the Disparity Last week it was reported that many Google employees and others in the tech and academic communities were furious over the sudden exit from Google of Timnit Gebru, a pioneer in the study of ethics in artificial intelligence. She coauthored a paper that highlighted how... Read more →


Discrimination Against Women in the Workplace is Alive and Well 

Discrimination against women in the workplace is when an employer treats a female employee less favorably than the employer would a male employee specifically because of the employee's gender. Today’s blog is designed to provide workplace advice to those who fall victim to workplace discrimination. Key Federal Laws Prohibiting Gender... Read more →


Dating in the Workplace

What are the Ethical Dangers? I recently read a study dealing with dating in the workplace by Zeta: Dating Coworkers in Numbers: 2020 Study. Dating in the workplace is fraught with danger because of potential conflicts of interest when one party has to make decisions that affect the other. Will... Read more →


Corporate Social Responsibility and Gender Equality

Working From Home During the Pandemic By Laiken Shaw, September 20, 2020 The following guest blog was written by Laiken Shaw, a student at Pepperdine University I am sure there is no need for me to explain that the coronavirus pandemic has taken a hard toll on businesses everywhere. With... Read more →


The Lessons to Be Learned From McDonald’s CEO’s Sexual Harassment

Why Was the Board of Directors Asleep at the Wheel? McDonald’s is suing its former CEO Steve Easterbrook after an investigation found he had a short-term, consensual relationship with an employee over text and video. It also found three additional relationships with employees that were sexual in nature, including the... Read more →


How Successful Women Redefine The Notion Of Workplace

Breaking the Glass Ceiling This essay was written by Frank Hamilton, a guest blogger. I believe his message resonates with many folks interested in how women have become important contributors to society and the workplace. The nature and history of humankind are very inventive - the story of a woman... Read more →


The Perils of Dating in the Workplace

A Cultural Divide Are we headed for a cultural conflict with respect to the acceptability of dating in the workplace? Recent revelations that McDonald’s Corporation CEO Steve Easterbrook had a consensual relationship with an employee and the board of director’s decision to terminate him raises concerns that what corporations feel... Read more →


How to safely deal with workplace bullies

Guest Post I have blogged about the serious problems that occur when workplace bullying exists. From time to time I post a guest blog when the topic is one of great importance. Today's blog by safety experts at Krav Maga Worldwide provides useful information on workplace bullies. Bullies aren’t just... Read more →


The Ethics of Dating in the Workplace

Should You or Shouldn't You? The following discussion and case study is taken from my newly published book, Beyond Happiness and Meaning: Transforming Your Life Through Ethical Behavior. The book is available for sale on Amazon. According to a Harris Poll conducted from November 28 to December 20, 2017, that... Read more →


Putting Meaning Back Into Work

Incivility in the Workplace and Psychological Effects on Employees I recently read a report by Deloitte about the future of the organization that addresses the employee experience and human experience that makes several excellent points. I review these in today’s blogs and offer my own perspective on this important issue.... Read more →