Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lessons from Mad Men #1

Ok, so I am a recent addict of the hit show Mad Men and love it.  Although, as an employment attorney I often watch with a gurgling stomach as I am bombarded with non-stop drinking and sexist, racist, homophobic language … Continue reading

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Sheryl Crow’s Brain Tumor and Your Employees

Last week Sheryl Crow announced she had a benign brain tumor.  Thankfully, she is fine.  Her announcement made me wonder: What if one of your employees came in and told you they had a benign tumor?  Are your managers familiar … Continue reading

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Make Your Documentation Bulletproof

In three weeks (June 25) I will be presenting my signature documentation program at the 2012 SHRM Annual Conference in Atlanta entitled Seven Steps to Creating Bulletproof Documentation.  I thought I would share some tips from the program… Words to … Continue reading

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