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Dealing With “Quiet Quitting” in the Workplace

Looking at Employer and Employee Responsibilities I must confess that when I read a poll taken by Gallup on “quiet quitting,” I did not know exactly what it meant at first. I thought it referred to the way employees leave their job—quietly and without fuss. Boy, was I way off... Read more →


The Ethical Aspects of Mental Health Care for Employees

The Importance of Supporting Employees in the Workplace From time to time I post a guest blog when it contains important information. Today's blog is by Charlie Fletcher. You can contact her at: charliefletcher365@gmail.com. This blog was first posted in October but got caught off so I am reposting it.... Read more →


Three ways to foster a positive and healthy workplace environment

Developing a Wellness Culture in the Workplace The following blog posting is from an article by Elizabeth Fletcher. You can read biographical information about her below. Most of us spend a huge amount of time at work over our lifetimes. Whilst it can feel like the main part of your... Read more →


How the Pandemic Has Expanded the Role of HR

A Paradigm Shift in Organizations By Lauren Winans The pandemic has changed the structure of the workplace, possibly for good. Employees are working remotely more now than at any time in the past, management is grappling with record-high resignations and burnout, and companies are scrambling to keep up with the... Read more →


Advice on Whether to Accept That Job Offer  

Go Where You Are Wanted If you are like me, there have been occasions in your work-life where you either felt squeamish about accepting a new job because of concerns about the potential employer or wanted to leave a job because you had doubts about the employer. For me, the... Read more →


The Importance of Compassion in the Workplace

Compassion is the Key to Building Wellness in an Organization I have previously blogged about empathy in the workplace, discussing why it’s so important for creating an ethical organization environment. In today’s blog I will address the importance of compassion in the workplace and why it, too, is important to... Read more →


Are You ‘Surface Acting’ at Work?

Mindfulness May Be the Answer We’ve heard a lot about mindfulness but mostly in the context of our own psychological health. However, mindfulness also relates to workplace behavior and that is what I explore in this blog. Generally, mindfulness is defined as the basic human ability to be fully present,... Read more →


Workplace Bullying Is on the Rise [2021 Study]

Bullying in the Workplace Threatens Emotional Stability On Monday I blogged about how cyberbullying is affecting young children and their emotional stability. Today I am posting a guest essay by Max Woolf that provides the results of survey of Americans about this important issue. By Max Woolf Nothing is certain... Read more →


3 Ways to Promote Wellness in the Work Environment

Wellness and Emotional Health This is the first of a series of blogs on wellness. According to John Valenty, CEO Wellness.com, "Wellness is the result of personal initiative, seeking a more optimal, holistic and balanced state of health and well-being across multiple dimensions. In this guest blog, Karolyn Gore explores... 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 →