employee, corporate culture, toxic workplace,

Employee Recognition and Rewards Should Not be Treated Equally

There is no doubt that recognition and reward programs make employees feel appreciated, spur innovation and give workers the incentive to put in the extra effort needed at work from time to time. However, each employee is different in how they wish to be recognized. Maritz determined there are six recognition awards categories most employees …

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employment discrimination, employment discrimination law, ohio law

Understanding HB 352 – Ohio’s Employment Discrimination Statutes

On January 12, 2021, Governor DeWine signed House Bill 352 (the “Employment Law Uniformity Act”), which makes overdue changes and provides long-awaited clarifications to Ohio’s employment discrimination statutes. In addition, the Act creates a new framework for claims brought under the Ohio Civil Rights Act, the state’s workplace anti-discrimination, anti-harassment and anti-retaliation statute. An employee …

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First Responders

The Real First Responders In An Emergency Are Not Who You Think

You, Average Joe, Can Do More  Often times, the first responder on a scene isn’t the police or firemen – it’s you. After you call 9-1-1 yet before emergency personnel arrive, someone has to be on the scene to take control of the situation. These individuals are also known as active bystanders. As one, you …

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