Friday, November 16, 2012

Links You Can Use: November 12-16

Find out how to establish a cohesive work culture, how to "manage up" when a supervisor seems difficult, and why it's best to have zero expectations about privacy when using work email. All this, and more, in this week's Links You Can Use.

What's the most important thing in establishing a culture at work? One expert says it is the people you choose to hire and offers tips on selecting candidates. (Chicago Tribune)

A clinical psychologist offers advice on how to "manage up," especially when dealing with difficult bosses. (American Psychological Association)



It's a mistake for employees to assume they have email privacy at work, and here's why. (Examiner)

One in every five workplace fatalities is due to violence, instead of accidents, according to the Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration estimates that 2 million people are victims of workplace violence each year. (ESR News)

* The opinions expressed at these linked websites do not reflect the opinions of Harris, Rothenberg International, Inc. (HRI). HRI is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information reflected on these sites.

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