Employee Relations

Read: How Security at Reid Health Helped Clinicians During COVID

How Security at Reid Health Helped Clinicians During COVID

Director of the Year Healthcare finalist Randy Kolentus discusses how his security team was able to provide non-medical assistance to Reid Health’s overwhelmed clinicians.

Read: Teacher Shortage Prompts Texas District to Shorten School Week

Teacher Shortage Prompts Texas District to Shorten School Week

The change to a four-day school week appears to be incentivizing more teachers to apply for jobs in the district.

Read: 6 Leadership Lessons from Carlos Santana

6 Leadership Lessons from Carlos Santana

Being an effective leader is like being a good band leader, and I suspect that Carlos Santana has mastered the following lessons to become one of the top rock stars in the business.

Read: So, You Want to Be a Supervisor?

So, You Want to Be a Supervisor?

Here are 30 suggestions you can adopt so you’ll be a more effective manager in campus law enforcement and security.

Read: 10 Quarantine Tips for Employee Wellness and Success

10 Quarantine Tips for Employee Wellness and Success

In order to be efficient while working from home during quarantine, we must largely focus on mental health and establishing good habits.

Read: 6 Types of Employees and How Digital Signage Impacts Them

6 Types of Employees and How Digital Signage Impacts Them

Understanding these common employee types will help your organization design an effective a digital signage strategy.

Read: UCLA Hospital Employee Awarded $1.5M in Racial Harassment Lawsuit

UCLA Hospital Employee Awarded $1.5M in Racial Harassment Lawsuit

In 2017, a former UCLA Health employee filed a lawsuit claiming she was subjected to harassment and bullying due to her race.

Read: MSU to Spend Over $250K on Ex-President’s Legal Defense

MSU to Spend Over $250K on Ex-President’s Legal Defense

The university has spent around $129K so far in court fees on the former president and has been billed for at least $140K more.

Read: Northwestern Memorial Fires 60 Employees for Accessing Celebrity’s Records

Northwestern Memorial Fires 60 Employees for Accessing Celebrity’s Records

The former employees say they were fired for inappropriately accessing ‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett’s medical records, which many are denying.

Read: $3.2M Awarded to Fired Hospital Worker in Discrimination Suit

$3.2M Awarded to Fired Hospital Worker in Discrimination Suit

A Muslim man claims he was harassed and fired from Loma Linda University Medical Center because of his religious affiliations.

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