Staff Spotlight – Bob Coursey
Bob Coursey joined Employers Council’s Utah office as a staff attorney in 2010. Bob spends most of his work time counseling members on preventive and corrective personnel-related matters, handling governmental and private employment-related charges and claims, and conducting seminars and training presentations on a variety of employment law and human resources topics. Bob graduated with... Read more »
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The High Cost of Low Trust Cultures
“Trust is like the air we breathe. When it’s present, nobody really notices. But when it’s absent, everybody notices.” – Warren Buffett Many consider trust to be an intangible asset, but research suggests it directly correlates to your bottom line, your long term competitive advantage and sustainability, and your capacity for organizational execution. While difficult to... Read more »
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Choice Architecture: Behavioral Economics and the Workplace
The fallacy that we are rational decision makers who weigh the costs and benefits of potential action and calculate the best choices could not be further from the truth, and yet this misconception persists. Enter behavioral economics, which is a field of study that combines conventional economic theory and psychology. This particular area of study... Read more »
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