Robin Paggi | Worklogic HR
Worklogic HR is actively monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments. We compiled valuable resources for you to utilize as the Coronavirus situation continues to evolve and businesses look for ways to reopen.
Worklogic HR is actively monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments. We compiled valuable resources for you to utilize as the Coronavirus situation continues to evolve and businesses look for ways to reopen.

Robin Paggi

Robin Paggi

Robin Paggi, MA, SPHR-CA, CPLP, CPC, has years of experience as an HR practitioner with expertise in training & development. She creates and delivers workshops on harassment, communication, teambuilding, and supervisory skills. 


Why Civility Needs to Make a Comeback

“I’ve seen better-organized food fights at summer camp,” Republican strategist Michael Steel said in The New York Times about the September 29 Presidential debate. The debate clearly demonstrated why 75% of respondents in the annual “Civility in...

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The Problem with Microaggressions

My educational background is in Communication Studies and, before COVID-19, my days were filled with words - leading workshops, giving presentations, coaching employees, mediating conflicts - so many words flowing between my audience and me....

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Creating an Inclusive Workplace

We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal. Throughout the years, people have debated whether the founding fathers really meant “all people” and not just “all men” when they declared their independence from England....

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An HR Guide to Political Expressions at Work

I’m writing this article on August 19, which means we’re a little more than two months away from the national election. The Democratic National Convention is currently taking place, the Republican National Convention starts next week, and the...

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The Myth of Multitasking

The people who stare at their laptops or phones during my workshops or presentations undoubtedly think they can effectively listen to me and use technology at the same time. After all, they’ve probably been told that multitasking is not only...

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6 Ways to Improve Teamwork With Your Employees

  "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." This African proverb neatly explains why you should get your employees to work as a team: individuals can go fast, but a team can go far. How do you do it? People who...

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4 Key Elements to Keeping Your Customers Happy

“You can have everything you want if you will help other people get what they want,” said motivational speaker Zig Ziglar. If you’re in business, you want customers. What do your customers want? Good customer service. In fact, according to a...

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7 Ways to Keeping Employees Committed

If you’ve ever been married, chances are you were madly in love when you decided to become engaged. And, you probably thought that magical feeling would last a lifetime. Spoiler alert – it doesn’t. In the article “The Three Phases of Love”...

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Correcting Employee Bad Habits

Many years ago, I shared an office with a co-worker who chewed her gum voraciously. She snapped and popped it loudly all day long while I sat nearby gritting my teeth. Finally, I asked her if she could chew more quietly. She laughed and said, “...

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Generations at Work

Ken Beurmann is the 31-year-old CEO of Terrio Physical Therapy & Fitness. As such, he is a Millennial who manages Millennials (as well as Baby Boomers and Gen Xers). Therefore, he’s in a unique position to help people understand what makes this...

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Why Reference Checks Are a Waste of Time

If you’re an employer who asks applicants to provide you with a list of references to contact, you might want to stop for two reasons: 1) the list will probably only include people who will say good things about them, and 2) it might include people...

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The Importance of Dress Codes

A few years ago, I was asked to be a judge at a fashion show involving business majors at a local college. The show consisted of the students modeling three versions of business attire: inappropriate, business casual, and dressy. The students and I...

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Pets in the Workplace

I fell in love with Hazel the moment I saw her. It wasn’t her beautiful brown eyes, silky black hair, or pretty face that did me in. It was because Hazel is a puppy and puppies always have that effect on me. I’m certainly not unique in that respect...

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Communicating in the Workplace

There are two primary problems for employers and supervisors who are poor communicators:   1) they lose good employees, and 2) they cause lawsuits.   Unfortunately, being an effective communicator does not come naturally for most...

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Saying "No" to Negativity

We’re all negative sometimes; negativity becomes a problem when it becomes a lifestyle. Negativity is bad for individuals because:  It makes things worse than they are. It becomes a habit. You get what you focus on. It leads to one-down-...

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9 Ways to Help Employees Feel Connected in the Workplace

Employees who feel connected to their employer, supervisors, and co-workers perform better than those who don’t. Here’s how to help them feel connected:   Be present. This means interacting with employees face-to-face as well as focusing...

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