Professional Development

It’s turnover season: Are you prepared?

It’s turnover season: Are you prepared? January 17, 2024 Remember last week when I mentioned that January is a notorious time for turnover? Well, welcome to January. Now that the holidays are over, we’re entering into a new season: turnover season. Recruiters know this trend well, so it should come as no surprise. There’s something

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Are you working hard or hardly working

Are you working hard or hardly working? Published October 4, 2023 Our workplaces are constantly evolving….in more ways than one. From how we work (think: AI technology) to where we work (think: virtual meetings from home), we’d be foolish to ignore all of this change. New employees are entering the workforce each and every year,

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Do you value psychological safety as much as physical safety?

Do you value psychological safety as much as physical safety? Published August 16, 2023 When you hear the phrase ‘workplace safety,’ what comes to mind? For most of us, we tend to think about physical safety. Things like workplace injuries, accommodations, and workers’ compensation come to mind. Nowadays, workplaces are required to have protections in place to

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Why ‘the hair conversation’ is still important

Why ‘the hair conversation’ is still important Published August 9, 2023 Let’s talk about hair discrimination in the workplace. I know what you’re thinking. “Stacey, it’s 2023. Are we STILL talking about hair discrimination? Aren’t we past that yet?” I wish I could say we were. I wish I could say that race-based hair discrimination was a thing of

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When ‘tuning it out’ seems like the only solution

When ‘tuning it out’ seems like the only solution Published July 19, 2023 Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to stay sane amidst all of the goings on in our world – especially in today’s 24-hour news cycle. Current events can feel nearly impossible to keep up with. It feels like there’s always something.

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Navigating difficult conversations at work

Navigating difficult conversations at work Published July 12, 2023 I try to stay away from writing about politics in this newsletter. Why? Because political conversations are complicated. Tricky. Nuanced. They often have many layers and involve understanding history and context. In a workplace, it can be challenging to address topics like politics and beliefs because

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