2 edition of Legal dilemmas in the changing workplace (Employers" rights and responsibilities) found in the catalog.
Legal dilemmas in the changing workplace (Employers" rights and responsibilities)
William J Kilberg
by National Legal Center for the Public Interest
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||97|
The remote distribution of work means that many employees will not build social relationships in the workplace, leading to issues of disengagement and loneliness. CEOs and HR leaders must work together to ensure work-life balance swings back and forth for each employee as their work distribution, time and life stages change. The ability to peer. in personnel and work productivity due to prejudice and discrimination, and complaints and legal actions against the organization (Devoe ). Negative attitudes and behaviors can be barriers to organi-zational diversity because they can harm working relation-ships and damage morale and work productivity (Esty et al., ).
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