In our last two columns, we discussed the benefits of establishing a mentoring program in your warehouse or DC and offered advice on setting ground rules for the program. The final step is to recruit the participants.
he risk of litigation aside, failure to crack down on workplace harassment has another downside: it prevents employees from working to the best of their ability. Nothing is more likely to distract everyone from the tasks at hand. Here are some steps you can take to help keep your workplace harassment-free.
As tempting as it may be to toss the conference brochures piled on your desk or delete those incessant e-mail Webcast solicitations, think twice before you do. They may represent opportunities you can't afford to ignore.