Listen—I really don't care if you hug one another in the workplace; there are even some benefits to physical touch in a work environment. What I do have an issue with is when that type of intimacy becomes forced or even potentially non-consensual.
While most professionals agree that sending a post-interview follow-up is common courtesy, when you add unnecessary barriers to your hiring process you risk coming off as a sociopathic weirdo, among other considerations:
Nearly one in five Americans report that they've been the victim of workplace bullying at some point during their career.
Ninja. Guru. Jedi. The list goes on. Any single one of these words can be enough to make a job seeker recoil when skimming through the Want Ads
Women are fighting back, whether it's in our offices and schools, on the red carpet, or within the halls of Congress. Like others before us, the up and coming generation of millennial women recognize the value of bringing their authentic selves to the workplace
Thanksgiving is here, which means that we're fast approaching a tidal wave of festiveness that will drag us through the new year. With so much forced celebration in such a small amount of time, there are a few holiday debates that always seem to pop up year after year