If a coworker has a meltdown, you should take it very seriously. But not all meltdowns require the involvement of a supervisor or human resources. It is important to use your discretion accordingly.
Posts Tagged: coworker
At the IRS, we believe one of our greatest assets is the diversity of our workforce. Acknowledging all aspects of that diversity is an important part of our mission in the recruitment office. It’s incredibly important to celebrate the cultural melting pot that is the IRS. From people of different races and ethnicities to theRead… Read more »
The other day I was reading the Ragan Communications newsletter and came across an article titled 10 inexpensive ways to boost employee morale. I was immediately interested, not because my office is in need of a mood change – quite the opposite – the IRS Recruitment Office is overflowing with enthusiastic, energetic, people. I wasRead… Read more »
During childhood, our parents instill in us the concept of minding our manners. In my house, this meant simple things like saying please and thank you, not interrupting when someone was speaking, and being generally respectful of others. It seemed like every time I left the house my mother would say “have fun and mindRead… Read more »
It’s estimated 41.6 percent of the U.S. population has a Facebook account, and 13 percent of the population is part of the Twitterverse. Once you add in sites like GovLoop, LinkedIn, Second Life and YouTube, it’s not unusual for someone to have multiple social media profiles. Social media sites are now as much a partRead… Read more »