Tag: Harvard


Why the Harvard president scandal is a cautionary tale for HR pros

January 25, 2024

Via: HR Dive

When Claudine Gay resigned as president of Harvard University on Jan. 2, she did so amid a swirl of controversy that was not only damaging to her personally, but also to Harvard overall. While Gay’s situation, which involved criticism over […]

Development & Evaluation, Engagement

Harvard Gives 5 Ways to Be Family-Friendly (and None of Them Involve Maternity/Paternity Leave)

June 11, 2019

Via: Evil HR Lady

Maternity leave and paternity leave are great. Sometimes it’s required, if your employee qualifies for FMLA, and sometimes it’s something your company does to help retain great employees. Offering support for nursing mothers is also great. Daycare subsidies or onsite […]


Harvard Makes a Huge Mistake In Firing Professor for Doing His Job

May 13, 2019

Via: Evil HR Lady

Harvard said that they would not renew Professor Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. and his wife, Stephanie Robinson, positions as faculty deans of Winthrop House, a dorm for undergraduate student after student protest Why were students upset? Because Sullivan is not […]

Research, Software

The College Bribery and Cheating Scandal is Really a Sign of HR Failure

March 14, 2019

Via: Evil HR Lady

You’ve heard now how CEOs and Movie stars manipulated the system, bribed people, made up sports teams, and arranged for their kids to cheat on SATs and ACTs in order to get into “good” schools. But, have we stopped to […]