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Freud’s Answers for the Great Resignation

Freud’s Answers for the Great Resignation

The father of psychoanalysis had a theory about love and work—lieben und arbeiten—which offers great opportunity for leaders willing to consider it. Business leaders are constantly presented with warnings about new trends, often accompanied by prescribed actions that must be taken to avoid serious...

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Why (and How to) Dispose of Digital Data

Why (and How to) Dispose of Digital Data

The stakes are too high for organizations not to comply with data privacy regulations. For example, noncompliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can result in a fine of up to €10 million or up to 2% of the organization’s worldwide annual revenue from the preceding financial...

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How Employees Can Invite Hackers into Your Network

How Employees Can Invite Hackers into Your Network

Employees are mistakenly sending open invitations for hackers to infiltrate company networks in a myriad of ways. The new working environment has challenges for organizations and employees. According to Gartner, the worldwide information security market is predicted to hit $170.4 billion in 2022....

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What Are You Avoiding?

What Are You Avoiding?

Avoidance. We all do it, whether it’s keeping away from someone or not doing something. What are you avoiding? Sometimes we change the subject when it drifts into awkward territory. Other times we talk around hard topics. Or we put off that tough task. Avoidance is a coping mechanism. Sometimes...

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Some Companies Have Cut Back on Background Screening

Some Companies Have Cut Back on Background Screening

Are they lowering the bar or leveling the field? When hiring workers for its growing stable of restaurants and clubs, Groot Hospitality in Miami Beach no longer asks candidates to provide two professional references. One will do. “People know each other in our industry,” says Groot HR director...

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