Conscience requires each of us to seek and find the truth | Business Ethics
This Memorial Day is a good time to retell a story of how courage and faith overcame fear and parricide in shaping the ethics of WWII combat medic and hero, Corporal Desmond Doss.
Employers rethink approaches to sourcing non-traditional job candidates | Managers at Work
It might not be easy, but hiring non-traditional candidates will become more critical in the future because organizations are facing historic challenges.
New models’ sexual harassment policy serves as a reminder for NY employers
Within the last few weeks, the New York State Department of Labor issued a revised Model Sexual Harassment Policy and template training materials that detail the applicable law.
‘Block’ party at PGA Championship celebrates unbridled joy of sports
He had to tell me five times before I believed it. To do it on this hole on this stage is a lifelong dream. It can’t get any better. That’s it. I can retire. Good night.
Legal & ethical considerations for everyday client communications | Law
It’s not news that attorneys (and, frankly, most people) spend a large portion of their time emailing with clients. It’s easily forgotten, though, that multiple legal and ethical challenges can be implicated in doing so, including maximizing the attorney-client privilege for such communications and identifying which persons are actual “clients” of the attorney. Not only […]
What do you do if your child is exhibiting unsafe behaviors?
Parents and caregivers of children experiencing behavioral health concerns often ask, “What do I do?”
Businesses need boundaries, too | Great Workplaces
Setting boundaries is a popular topic and practice in mental health and wellness circles. And with good reason, because clear boundaries can help us protect and preserve our energy for what’s most important to us personally and professionally. In the workplace, when people set, communicate and respect boundaries, everyone benefits, including the business and its […]
Luck was residue of design in the summer of ’68 when Lee Trevino launched golf legend at Oak Hill
Trevino’s longshot victory caught the world by surprise, but fellow pro Doug Sanders saw it coming.
To succeed on Wall Street, you need to know what game you’re playing | Viewpoint
Thousands of assets, strategies, and games. But most investors fail to ask themselves, “What game am I playing? And why?”
12 steps for overcoming addiction to fossil fuels, transitioning to a regenerative economy
Given how crazy life is these days and how many global crises seem to be exploding all at once, I need this reminder to focus on achievable goals and spend my “worry budget” strategically.
PGA Championship benefits everyone in Monroe, surrounding counties
We are grateful to the local and state government leaders who have committed support to this event. The overwhelming support will, hopefully, encourage the PGA to keep returning to Oak Hill Country Club and Rochester in the future.
Golf ambassador/pioneer Suzy Whaley still breaking barriers, still growing the game
Skiing’s loss would be golf’s gain. Though she didn’t become the next Nancy Lopez, Whaley did become a sports pioneer.