Margery Weinstein

Can a Remote Workforce Be a Toxic Workforce?

Whereas many employers used to respect the regular working hours of employees, working from home means many no longer do. Micromanagement can be another toxic problem worsened by working virtually.

What to Do When People Deny the Existence of Racism in the Workplace

Conducting diversity and inclusion surveys and holding discussion groups to review the results and strategize how to do better can be a good place to start.

Are Your Employees Suffering From “Boreout”?

Organizations face a balancing act to keep employees feeling secure and in control of their responsibilities without feeling like they are doing their work on autopilot and becoming unengaged and bored.

Staff Morale: Booster Shots of Appreciation Needed During the Pandemic

Just as the government has offered a stimulus package, companies can consider doing the same for their employees.

What Are the Keys to a Passionate Workplace?

The rules, regulations, and directives a company imposes should serve to make employees feel safe and secure enough to explore and let their passions guide their work.

The Joys of Returning to an Empty Office

Coming back to a nearly empty office two days a week, I’ve been enjoying working in silence instead of blocking noise by listening to music on my headphones.

Should Working Independently Be Encouraged in the Age of COVID-19?

The requirements of the strange time we’re in make compulsive in-person collaboration a liability rather than an advantage. Today’s social distancing requirements provide a perfect opportunity to enhance employees’ abilities to work independently.

What Has COVID-19 Done to the Tech Workplace?

For many tech-industry employees, a highly interactive, collaborative work environment is the norm. The question is whether these interaction-based offices will ever return to exactly what they were in pre-pandemic days—and what that means for employees’ psychological well-being.

Will the Pandemic Create Office Scapegoats?

Scapegoating is group bullying, often the result of an unhealthy corporate culture. It creates a human punching bag a group uses to release pent-up anxiety and frustration.

How to Train Your Employees NOT to Be a Stressor for Co-Workers

Much has been said about respecting colleagues from the perspective of avoiding insulting, demeaning, prejudicial, harassing comments and behavior. Less has been said about how shoddy work habits can show disrespect for co-workers.

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