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Do we need a ‘Managers Manual’?

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in Human Resources,The HR Specialist Forum

We have an employee handbook that spells out our policies and procedures. I wonder if we need a similar publication aimed specifically at managers and supervisors? Does anyone have one? If so, what does it include that’s different from your employee manual?—Kristin, Chicago


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BAE September 14, 2010 at 4:23 pm

I think having a Manager’s Manual is a great idea. It could cover issues such as different ways to coach employees to success, i.e. EmPower program, communication skills, how to evaluate employees, etc. We just assume that managers/supervisors know how to manage, and that is not always the case.

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