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79th Street Barbecue, One of My Clients, Reviewed as “Chicago’s Best Takeouts” by WGN TV & Positively Reviewed by Centerstage Chicago
One of my clients, 79th Street Barbecue, at 7901 S. Wentworth in Chicago’s Chatham neighborhood, has been garnering some great press & reviews lately. The restaurant just opened this past October 2011 & serves ribs, rib tips, fish, chicken (jerk chicken too), etc., etc. On 3/7/12,...
This is our 2nd seminar. To register for this click on the image below. This is our 2nd seminar. To register for this click on the image below. 3/14/12 Webinar-How to Make Tough Decisions About Problem Employees
Thanks to Lisa Vaas, reporter for HP’s business blog Input Output for interviewing & quoting me in her 2/9/12 article What to Do When an Employee Cries (Legal) Wolf. The full text of the article is below. The title says it all. The article concerns what happens when employees threaten...
What’s the Fallout From Indiana’s Passing Its Right to Work Law Just Before Super Bowl Sunday? Nothing-It Appears that Unions Concede Defeat
Last week, the state of Indiana passed its own right to work statute, thus becoming our nation’s 23rd & one of the few Midwestern right to work states. For a summary of what this means, check out this 2/1/12 New York Times article. Illinois, where I’m located & which intensely...
On Wednesday, 1/18/12, The Recruiting Animal welcomed me back to his BlogTalkRadio show for the 4th time to discuss contract issues for recruiters and their principals. I was intereviewed for a little more than an hour regarding ethical & conduct reltated issues among recruiters & HR...
To register go to problememployeesolutions.com or click on the image below & follow the instructionsTo register go to problememployeesolutions.com or click on the image below & follow the instructions 2/1/12 How To Make Tough Decisions About Problem Employees
On Wednesday, October 12, 2011, I was interviewed on the Daily National, dailynational.com, by one of their reporters Karl Kappler. The Daily National is a multimedia news/opinion site that features original TV and radio interviews and commentary with experts, bloggers and newsmakers. My interview...
Here’s the handout for my llinois WorkNet of Northern Cook County, Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity & Crain’s Chicago Small Business Week presentation on social media & HR & legal issues. A PDF version is available here.Here’s the handout for...
Thanks to Dawn Lomer of i-Sight Blog—News & Tools for Better Investigations for quoting me in her 9/8/11 article “Ethical & Legal Workplace Monitoring.” The article is accessible at i-Sight here. The full text is below. Walking the line between employer and big brother is a...
In the last couple of weeks, I helped a client settle an age discrimination complaint by an ex-employee for $600.00 at a state’s human rights’ agency. I don’t want to be too specific about the details due to confidentiality & ethical concerns. The complaint was baseless. The...