Microsoft Excel is known as the dominant producer of spreadsheets. It’s used by organizations throughout the world. But is the program an enormous challenge for you? You know how effective it can be, but does working with Microsoft Excel ultimately cause you more time and stress than it’s worth?
According to recent findings from a Gallup Daily tracking series, 52% of employees are “not engaged” in their work. However, it’s also essential to determine whether managers are engaged in managing their employees. In an attempt to “empower” their staffs, too many managers take a completely hands-off approach, leaving employees alone unless they really need help.
Because absenteeism typically comes under the “minor problem” category, the first step is a precounseling session between the individual and his supervisor. In this session the supervisor determines if the employee understands the company’s policy on absences. The positive discipline approach then consists of the following stages:
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Conducting job interviews is one of the most legally dangerous tasks performed by managers. That’s why every question should relate to this central theme: “How are you qualified to perform the job you are applying for?”
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The best managers aren’t just the ones who can extract the most productivity from their people, but the ones who produce great future managers. How can you be sure that your best people will someday be top-notch leaders themselves?
It’s a common dilemma for many business owners, supervisors, managers and directors: How do you prioritize appointments, meetings, conference calls and staff needs and still leave enough time to take care of your immediate responsibilities and projects? The solution may be to focus more on project management than time management. Discover how to gain efficiency through more effective project management skills.
How to avoid the two most common pitfalls in writing performance reviews.