A former grip on ABC Network’s hit series Grey’s Anatomy filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court recently alleging wrongful termination based on gender, and retaliation for his complaints against a former photography director.
Maybe you are having a “square peg in a round hole problem.” That is, your team wants you to do work that is a poor fit for your skill set and/or passions. If so, perhaps your job roles could shift to make the work more appealing.
Your current job is challenging. Whether your boss said inappropriate things to you; or whether the job itself just vacuums up a lot of time and energy, you worry about whether your organization is a good fit.
In past several blog posts, we outlined a widely used business problem solving process, known as the “5 Whys,” and examined how this strategy can help HR professionals. Developed by Toyota engineers, 5 Whys been used by businesses around the world to engineer solutions via root cause analysis.
In the Human Resources business, you can draw from a nearly infinite number of strategies to solve personnel problems. If you have been struggling with your hiring, promotion and firing processes, for instance, you can: