How do you avoid the landmines that pop up when managing a coworker? The tactics that worked with my niece also worked with my colleague.
Last month I got to be a judge. For a few hours I sat in front of four nervous law students who were arguing a made-up case about accommodating for a disability in the workplace. I loved the intellectual exercise, and, I can’t lie, I also loved being called “your honor” and getting to interrupt […]
The research is in – workplaces that are more diverse and inclusive are more successful. But how can we measure this? Just because your organization isn’t facing a lawsuit doesn’t mean your office is as inclusive as it could be. I get emails regularly from employees wondering how to improve intentional acts and unconscious bias […]
New York City’s Human Rights Law changed in early 2018. The changes went into effect on October 15, 2018. The amendment requires organizations to engage in a “cooperative dialogue” when they learn, either directly or indirectly, that an individual requires an accommodation for disability, religious or other covered purposes. What does this mean for your […]
How can your workplace help transgender employees? Through clear, proactive policies that promote inclusion.