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Hiring workers with autism can be a boon for productivity. But CEOs leading the charge should address legal issues in the very early stages of planning.
The national strike that began today by 46,000 unionized auto workers at General Motors plants pits one of the most confident and accomplished car-company chiefs in CEO Mary Barra against an embattled United Auto Workers president in Gary Jones.
Leaders set the tone for what happens in their organizations, so it stands to reason that inclusion must begin at the top.
When it comes to workplace safety, CEOs can’t simply pay lip service to the issue. Instead, they must proactively work to construct violence prevention programs that educate employees and include clear and effective security policies and procedures.
Silicon Valley’s bad boy is launching one of the richest IPOs in history; but will it gain the admiration of regulators, politicians, and most importantly, its drivers?
Multimillion dollar settlements that benefit no one who was actually harmed have the Supreme Court asking: Should lawyers earn money for nothing?
When it comes to #MeToo, should CEOs undertake preemptive strikes and get ahead of potential issues by commissioning “clean bill of health” investigations before allegations arise?
Marijuana is legal. And it isn’t. Confused? You’re not alone. Welcome to the thorniest labor issue of the decade.
CEOs paying attention to the Google fiasco will recognize their organization is not immune from similar breakdowns in leadership, breaches of employee boundaries and limits, and weak oversight.
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