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Xerox promotes Suzan Morno-Wade to executive vice president

Morno-Wade was previously vice president of Total Rewards, overseeing Xerox's global compensation and benefits function.

Chris Salem points out highs, lows on road to business success

"When people say affirmations but don’t support it with actions, the affirmations are often meaningless," said the Danbury-based business coach.

Workplace training sessions focus on LGBTQ community

Triangle Community Center offers training that includes an overview of the LGBTQ experience, as well as shifting views of gender identification.

Gretchen Carlson takes on new role as warrior against sexual harassment

Gretchen Carlson’s July 2016 sexual harassment lawsuit against Roger Ailes, the chairman and CEO of Fox News, following the termination of her contract with the network gave a new impetus to the issue.

Disability Solutions recruits, trains companies to hire disabled Americans

“I’ll get calls sometimes about what kinds of jobs can a person with a disability do,” said Kristine Foss. “It’s not necessarily a bad question."

Stamford’s Aquinas uses mobile technology for employee training

“We decided that mobile notifications, and not text or e-mail, was the way to go,” Seaton explained.

Column: Is it worth the risk to keep growing?

Businesses are either growing or declining. What you know for today isn’t necessarily sufficient to get you through tomorrow. With growth comes opportunity to get the load off your back. Learn how to hire, train, motivate, manage, reward and hold people accountable.

Column: Motivating employees to try new things

How can you generate enthusiasm to try new things?

Column: No more drama in the workplace

Setting the ground rules for acceptable and unacceptable behavior in an office is essential.

Thinking outside the box

A CEO must separate him or herself from the tactical, day-to-day duties in order to spend more time on strategic activities.

Ready, set, hire

Looking to add employees to your organization? Donald Zinn’s hiring test will enable you to evaluate how job candidates will fit with the three main constituencies every employee is engaged with – management, team members, and customers.

Compensating workers after a disaster

There is no one right answer concerning compensating workers when Mother Nature strikes.

From red flags to the green zone

A FuelCell Energy manager worked through ISS “red flags” during the highly charged proxy season.

Performing surgery on operations

Q: The folks who run the shop and the people who deliver our services are giving me a headache. I’ve worked hard to put...

Drug testing takes new path

USA Mobile Drug Testing goes to businesses in Westchester and Fairfield to try to keep workplaces drug-free.