After a long and productive career advocating for the inclusion of minority vendors in big business, Joy P. Crichlow has relinquished her title as director of supplier diversity for Consolidated Edison Company of New York Inc. and Orange and Rockland Utilities Inc., a title she held for some 25 years.
With increased workloads and smaller staffs, many employees are having to take on more daily assignments and responsibilities. But it may not be the new projects causing stress and fatigue. Instead, the source could be negative attitudes and behavior present in your office’s environment.
While the word has unsavory connotations and many businesspeople might gasp in horror at what they perceive as renegade behavior, the facts are that hacking works. It makes a job easier and employees are more productive. It also keeps you competitive and it can be fun
In today’s tenuous job environment, with mass layoffs an almost daily news item, it behooves employees to become familiar with state laws and doctrines that directly affect their job security. Two such doctrines, employment at will, which favors employers, and right to work, which favors employees, are cases in point.