Leader's Digest - News for Today's Business Leaders
June 2013
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Creating a Psychologically Safe Workplace
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Top News

Managing a Social Staff
It is always nice to see your staff getting along and being friendly. However, how close is too close in an office environment? If you are concerned that some of your employees’ friendships may be out of line or causing problems for the company, take a look at our tips for spotting those unhealthy interoffice relationships. Read more.

Boosting Employee Engagement
Do you know how engaged your staff is? According to a study done by Gallup.com, lower-level employees seem to be the least engaged, while managers and executives tend to be more engaged. Find out what we say about why that is and how you can engage your team members more.
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Resolving Office Conflict
Have you seen any of your team members arguing or having unnecessary disagreements? We know that personalities clash, especially at work when stress can be high. Check out a few of our tips on solving a problem with a coworker.
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College Degrees – Worthwhile Investment or Wishful Thinking?
Do you know any recent college graduates that are struggling to find work? How about those that have found jobs that pay so low, they cannot afford a moderate lifestyle and their student loans? The unfortunate trend our newly educated young people are facing could have serious consequences for the economy, and higher education is looking less appealing to young adults.
Read more.

May Jobs Report
The recent May Employment Situation Summary released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed very little change for American workers. While some industries added jobs in May, government jobs continued to decrease, and the long-term unemployment rate remained unchanged.
Read more.


Management Matters

Power of Productive Teams
Having a highly productive and professional team can make your business soar, even in tough times. Do you have a powerful team? There are a few tips that you may use to help you build and retain an effective staff with star power, and Anita Clew has it all laid out for you. Read more.

Go Figure

  84 The number of American workers in the millennial generation that say they would have a romantic relationship with a coworker, according to Workplace Options.  
 
Management Tip

  Have regular meetings with your team members...
to discuss anything they need. They may be having trouble with someone in the office, feeling like they are not doing well with some task, or unsure of how to handle a certain situation or project. Many employees will not bother their managers with such concerns unless asked.

Safety Rules

A congressional subcommittee is currently reviewing the Protecting America’s Workers Act (PAWA), which would amend the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. If passed, it will increase the penalties available to OSHA and prosecutors in the case of certain infractions:

  • Felony charges would be available for an employer’s repeat and willful violations of OSHA regulations that result in a worker’s death or serious injury.
  • The minimum OSHA penalty for a worker’s death caused by a violation would be $50,000.
PAWA would also:
  • Amend the General Duty Clause to include all workers (including contractors) at a work site
  • Make employers responsible for providing employees with the necessary protective equipment
  • Require employers to keep a log of all recordable injuries at their work sites

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