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Mentorship Programs

I find mentoring partnership to be a rewarding experience, both personally and professionally. It is an opportunity to develop skills, share our experiences, viewpoints and consider new ways of approaching situations. As I share my professional experiences and...

Hiring Relatives

Hiring relatives has its pros and cons. One of the pros of hiring a referred relative is that the employer would know whom they are hiring. The employer can expect to have a reliable reference through the employee. It can also help retain an employee if we hire their...

Workplace Conversations – Reporting Incidences

We all share the responsibility of creating a workplace that is safe and respectful. This includes our duty to report incidents at the workplace. But do we report when we see something at work? Or do we act as if we have not heard or seen anything? Consider these...

Workplace Conversations – Hello, Good Morning

We spend one-third of our day at work among our coworkers. For many of us, the coworkers are closest to whom we have as a friend. The quality of interactions with them is important to us. Exchanging pleasantries break the ice. It makes the interaction easier and...

Workplace Conversations – Former Employees

Nobody likes it when people talk about you behind your back. But that happens on many occasions when we leave an organization. Former colleagues and bosses talk about us or blame us for leaving work unfinished.    Social media has made it easy to keep track of former...

Workplace Conversations – Attendance

One of my team members comes in late and missed an important work deadline. They do not inform me about coming in late and this is not the first time. They show up at work and say "I am so sorry; I missed the alarm this morning". Or something like "I was about to...