Grading the Clinton/Trump vs Bush/Gore Workplace Bullying Responses

Kris Dunn Employee Communications, Kris Dunn 3 Comments

Ah yes. The workplace.  Full of great people, colleagues, mentors… And jerks who try to bully you. Jerks who try to bully you come in a lot of flavors in the workplace.  Some are obvious (they’re direct, maybe even profane) and some are less obvious (you have to watch body language, backchannel communications and more). Workplaces also come in a …

RANT: Punks Jump Up to Get Beat Down

Kris Dunn Bad HR, Employee Communications, HR, Kris Dunn, politics, Salary Caps

God, I like you people. You’re nice. You’re professional. You shop at Dillards, so you always look fresh and clean—which brings us to our first video featuring Andre 3000. (Email subscribers, click through, because there’s probably going to be a lot of videos in this one.) You’re winning. There’s just this one little problem. As talent pros, you’re stuck in a …

The Tale of Kitty Clark: And Some Brand Spankin’ New Research

Chelsea Rowe Current Affairs, Employment Law, Harassment, HR, in the news, Learning and Development, The HR Profession

$3 billion to $35.4 billion. Keep that number in the back of your mind. We’ll get there in a minute. For now, I want you to use your mind’s eye to imagine the following: Long straggly, dirty blond hair, gum chewing, ripped bell bottom jeans, flannel shirts, usually bare footed, trash-talking 8th grader. Even the teachers feared her. She never …