Furlough Vs. Layoff: The Difference for Employees

Furlough Vs. Layoff

In the ever-changing landscape of employment, two terms frequently arise during economic downturns or organizational restructuring: furlough vs layoff. While they may seem synonymous to the untrained eye, there are critical distinctions between the two that can significantly impact employees’ lives and future employment prospects. This blog post will examine the differences between furloughs and layoffs, …

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What Is Furlough? What You Need To Know

What Is Furlough

What Is Furlough? In the complicated, shifting, modern job market, the term “furlough” has gained prominence, especially in times of economic downturns or global crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. While it’s a term that many might have come across, its implications and nuances can often seem complex to furloughed employees. This post aims to …

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25 Innovative Employee Engagement Ideas

Employee Engagement

Are you looking for employee engagement ideas? Do you want to keep your team inspired, motivated, and connected? Let’s explore innovative employee engagement ideas that directly address their needs while fueling your company’s success. This article delivers practical steps to enhance employee engagement, driving productivity and loyalty without overwhelming you with complexity. Key Takeaways Highly …

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Coercive Power: How it Impacts Your Employees

Coercive Power

Coercive power is a concept created by social psychologists John French and Bertram Raven, who defined the different types of social power used and how coercive power is used and abused in everyday life. Have you ever been threatened with a punishment if you did not complete a task? Maybe your parents told you that …

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Scapegoat Theory: The Role of Prejudice

Scapegoat Theory

When blame is arbitrarily placed on a group, social psychology refers to this as the scapegoat theory or scapegoating. Throughout history, there have been examples of prejudice that has caused harm to targeted groups.  Scapegoating serves to remove the blame from oneself or society in general and place it on a more acceptable target in …

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Real Estate Arbitration: A Quick Guide

Real Estate Arbitration

How to prepare for a real estate arbitration? When problems arise in buying or selling real estate, many participants have started to turn to real estate arbitration and mediation.  Buying and selling real estate is a big decision, whether it is a family home or a giant corporate center.  Negotiating and agreeing on a price …

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Responding to the Types of Workplace Conflict

Types of Workplace conflict

The types of workplace conflict are universal, but the conflict resolution steps vary.  When conflicts arise, these workplace conflicts can result in decreased productivity and interfere with the culture of the team, the general work environment, or the company as a whole. Conflict in the workplace needs to be addressed quickly and efficiently to ensure …

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Types of Conflict: A Comprehensive Guide

Types of Conflict

Conflict is an inevitable part of life and there are many types of conflict that we experience throughout our daily lives. They can manifest in our personal relationships, professional interactions, or even within ourselves as we grapple with internal dilemmas and desires. While conflict can often feel uncomfortable or distressing, it also presents opportunities for …

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Conflict Resolution Training for Workplace Conflict

Conflict Resolution Training

By attending training in conflict resolution, a person will gain in-depth knowledge of conflict management and conflict analysis, leading to creative problem-solving and better relationships for everyone involved. Conflict will often find its way into everyday life. From family to workplace conflict, many areas of life may benefit from conflict management skills and conflict resolution …

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Legal Assistant Vs Paralegal: Understanding the Distinctions

Legal Assistant Vs Paralegal

In the legal field, the roles of paralegals and legal assistants often overlap, leading to confusion about their responsibilities and qualifications. While both positions provide vital support to lawyers in a law firm, it’s important to understand the differences between them. In this blog post, we will explore the distinctions between legal assistants and paralegals …

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