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Improve the Workplace with Bonnie Low-Kramen’s Staff Matters


The workplace is broken. Employees experience toxic work environments that tolerate workplace bullying, sexual harassment, and unfair compensation policies. These issues not only harm the well-being of individuals, but also wreck the dynamic and trust between employee and company. Far too many companies face a growing hostile atmosphere, and measures must be taken to fix it.

TEDx speaker and bestselling author with 40+ years of experience working with assistants, leaders, HR professionals, and recruiters from all over the world, Bonnie Low-Kramen, wrote Staff Matters: People-Focused Solutions for the Ultimate New Workplace to address the dysfunction that permeates the office and offer innovative solutions to create a better environment.

Low-Kramen conducted interviews with over 1,500 staff to get their first-hand experiences, which she featured in her book. She shares insights into the truths of the workplace, highlighting the critical importance of training employees, the urgent need for job title clarity, the necessity for restructuring the hierarchy of job roles, and much more.

Staff Matters emphasizes that in order to fix what is broken in the workplace, all staff, from the CEO down, must collaborate on new systems of working. Her book is a tool to get the conversation started in order to make these necessary, positive changes in the workplace.

On Staff Matters, Dr. Laura Crawshaw, author of Taming the Abrasive Manager says, "Staff Matters is a masterwork for managers who want to achieve their management objectives while at the same time building a people-focused workplace. Comprehensive, practical, and filled with expert advice, any manager would benefit from reading this book and sparing themselves from making mistakes that don't need to be made!"

Purchase Staff Matters in paperback or ebook on Amazon and watch the trailer. Visit her website, bonnielowkramen.com

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