What is ‘company culture’ really about?

What is ‘company culture’ really about?

By Kathleen Furore I’ve been hearing about “company culture” quite a bit these days, and about how important it is, especially within today’s challenging work environment. I’ve never been quite sure what the term really means – and I’ve been even less certain about...
How to Approach Political Conversations at Work

How to Approach Political Conversations at Work

By Kathleen Furore Political conversation is fraught with potential conflict. The fact that people are starting to return to their workplaces as the pandemic seemingly gets better and as protests take place makes the likelihood of tempers flaring even more likely. In...
Seasoned Pros Navigate Challenge of Younger Bosses

Seasoned Pros Navigate Challenge of Younger Bosses

By Kathleen Furore In late October, CNBC featured a story about the plight of older workers, noting that they were having a tough time finding work after being let go during the pandemic. What I’ve heard from friends in that position is that when “mature employees”...
A BMET’s Quest for Quality from HTM Front Lines

A BMET’s Quest for Quality from HTM Front Lines

By Ray Marden, CBET, CHTM HTM pros on the front lines of health care understand the need for efficiency and completion of tasks, but when the priorities shift from quality to quantity, those with a strong moral compass and a working knowledge of what’s happening on...
How to Respond to Rejection After a Good Job Interview

How to Respond to Rejection After a Good Job Interview

By Kathleen Furore You have finished a job interview, feel you’ve done well and are anxiously awaiting an offer. And then you get the call/email/text/letter saying you haven’t been hired. You’re feeling rejected but want to make sure your response doesn’t hurt your...