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People Don’t Report Because Their Managers Don’t Know How to React
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There are many reasons that employees are reluctant to report incidents of workplace misconduct or unethical behaviors. According to research reported in the Harvard Business Review, one of the main reasons is that they lack confidence in the willingness and/or...
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pelotonRPM in the News: Networking Without Fear
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Published by ACA International How to ensure your speech and actions at professional events align with your behavior in the office. The rules of the road in your office are probably pretty well-known. Employee handbooks, your policies and procedures, and...
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pelotonRPM in the News: ‘This is not a lady’s job yet’: EEOC sues dealership for denying woman sales job
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By: Lisa Burden, Published in HR Dive (https://www.hrdive.com/news/this-is-not-a-ladys-job-yet-eeoc-sues-dealership-for-denying-woman-sale/562972/) Dive Brief: An Oklahoma-based car dealership refused to hire the only saleswoman on staff when it took over another dealership, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has alleged in a lawsuit.The federal...
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pelotonRPM in the News: Bad Workplace Culture Is on Private Equity’s Profit-Making Radar
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Published by GARP (Global Association of Risk Professionals) An investor class with a clear sense of the value of ethical conduct. With total assets under management now in excess of $3 trillion, private equity has grown from a cottage industry...
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What Walmart’s new gun position says about corporate culture
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For many, ‘Checking the box’ to meet minimum legal requirements is no longer adequate. In the wake of two deadly shootings at Walmart stores, the company has announced some dramatic moves regarding gun sales. It will no longer sell handguns...
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pelotonRPM in the News: Study: Managers don’t know how to handle harassment complaints
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By Lisa Burden, HR Dive (https://www.hrdive.com/news/study-managers-dont-know-how-to-handle-harassment-complaints/560971/) Dive Brief: Managers and leaders aren't "well-prepared" to deal with harassment, bias, discrimination, bullying and other workplace issues, according to a study by pelotonRPM, a company that offers virtual, role-play training to prepare teams...
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pelotonRPM in the News: Employees, customers accuse Ulta of racial profiling
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By: Valerie Bolden-Barrett, Published in HR Dive Dive Brief: Employees and customers accused retail chain Ulta Beauty of racially profiling black and Latino customers in its stores, according to social media and reports from Today and People. Several social media users who identified themselves...
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pelotonRPM in the News: Politics in the office in 2019 — get ready to be sued
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Published by The Hill ( https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/457162-politics-in-the-office-in-2019-get-ready-to-be-sued) The legal battles between Andy McCabe, Peter Strzok and the U.S. Department of Justice are just beginning, and they give rise to a series of human resources issues that are important for managers —...
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pelotonRPM in the News: pelotonRPM Study Reveals Why Organizations Keep Failing When Dealing With Harassment
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By: Mayuri Chaudhary HR Technologist (https://www.hrtechnologist.com/news/diversity/pelotonrpm-study-reveals-why-organizations-keep-failing-when-dealing-with-harassment/) Managers and leaders are not well-prepared to deal with harassment, bias, discrimination, bullying and other tough workplace challenges. Despite negative headlines in recent years and billions of dollars of lost shareholder value, organizations are...
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pelotonRPM in the News: The ‘going to your manager’ approach won’t work with the most serious office problems
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Published on CNBC.com (https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/08/going-to-your-manager-approach-wont-work-with-serious-office-issues.html) Managers will always be on the frontline when tough workplace issues arise — "going to your manager" is ingrained in every employee and there is often a fear and reticence about reporting directly to HR. But...
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