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Good Santa: Bad Santa? Holiday Cheer without Holiday Hypocrisy

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This article is reprinted with permission from the November/December issue of PSX: The Exchange for People Strategy, an eMagazine that brings you cutting edge views and perspectives on all things related to people strategy

It is that mythical time of year when businesses start trying to spread holiday cheer. Offices are decorated, cookies and candies abound, and people are figuring out which holiday luncheon to attend. Corporate executives walk the halls spreading good wishes, and yes, the holiday attire invades the dress codes.

In many cases, this is a pretty picture replete with one-time bonuses and upbeat messages to kick off this new New Year like no other! In other cases, this is another wonderful example of corporate hype as organizations contemplate continued “rightsizing” and try to gloss over the ills of the previous year with stingy bonuses.
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Trick or Treat?: Fear and Anxiety in the 2014 Workplace

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Is fear subtly infused in your organization’s culture?   Jim Finkelstein, along with Sheila Repeta and Molly Gauss, share how organizations can identify and overcome the lethal culture killers: employee fear and anxiety. 
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Are Millenials from Mercury and Boomers from Pluto?

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Even though there are years between Boomers and Millennials, Jim Finkelstein and Melissa Mead show us that the differences aren’t so significant after all and why it is good business to leverage whatever differences do exist rather than focus on the liabilities of the inter-generational mash-up.


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