Business Management Daily

Talking to employees about performance problems, attendance issues or an upcoming layoff can be difficult, but there are steps you can take to make those conversations easier. Here are four tips to help you.

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Employee handbooks can be the foundation of your employees’ performance. However, they can also be a ticking time bomb that can confuse them and strip away your legal defenses.

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Sparklines enable you to visualize your data in a way that doesn’t involve squinting at numbers until they make sense. Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to create them.

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Business Management Daily announces that it has acquired two newsletters, Communication Briefings and The Organized Executive, from Columbia Books of Bethesda, Md.

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While you can’t expect an employee to leave a termination meeting happy, you can take a few simple steps to calm the person down and reduce the chances that he or she will walk across the street to a lawyer’s office. Here are five smart tips for conducting terminations.

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Walsh discusses his unique business, how he leads his dynamic team of employees, and how the company strives to meet clients’ needs.

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Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to slice and dice data and present it in an attractive visual package.

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With the newest versions of Microsoft Outlook, the Search function became must faster. But most people still need help navigating the maze of their archived emails.

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If your job involves hiring, you know how frustrating it can be staring at all those résumés. Which claims are real, which are exaggerations and which are just flat-out lies?

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“I can’t believe this is a problem!” That’s what many of Business Management Daily’s HR professional readers said about a recent survey compiling the funny and annoying issues their employees came to their office to ask for assistance with or to complain about. This survey was HR pros’ chance to get the silly, unnecessary things their workers have brought to their attention off their chests.

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