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How age discrimination can hurt your career

When a worker reaches the age of 40, they may start to notice ways in which their age affects their employment. Older employees can be highly beneficial to the organizations where they work. They often have the personal connections and hands-on experience that younger...

3 consequences of workplace sexual harassment

Sexual harassment at the workplace has many consequences – and none of them are good.  The consequences of sexual harassment can last for years. Here are some examples of how victims’ lives can change: Mental health issues Victims of sexual harassment often experience...

Sexual harassment could happen online

Workplace sexual harassment can come in many different forms. Some people find themselves the brunt of crude jokes. Others are pressured into relationships with supervisors. Still others just find that a lot of microaggressions create a hostile work environment. Many...

Common HR mistakes new business owners make

It can be an exciting time when you are ready to hire your first employees. After trying to manage your small business on your own, you are finally ready to add some much-needed support. Employees can be a tremendous asset and help you provide a positive face for your...

Have you been misclassified at work?

Are you an employee or a contract worker? Believe it or not, how your employer classifies you does matter. If you are labeled as a contract worker, you may not be entitled to the same rights and benefits as an employee. Whether intentional or deliberate,...

Office dating: No means no

Some companies have rules against office dating, but most do not. Employees are allowed to engage in romantic relationships if they would like to do so, as long as both people consent to the relationship.  However, if someone asks another employee out on a date, and...