“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.
During this special event (Oct. 6-10), we’ll be recognizing HR pros for their hard work and dedication in the workplace.
After you’ve mastered making a good impression, don’t forget how to build rapport and alliances with co-workers.
Many company owners and CEOs are unaware (or unwilling) to look at the numbers in front of them and too quick to listen to surrounding “yes men.” Are you?
If you’ve upgraded to Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013, there are some exciting new picture options available. Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel explains how to use the background removal feature.
A hard-core bad attitude that starts with one employee can quickly infect co-workers if you don’t rein it in. Here are the top 10 tips for confronting employees whose negative behavior has begun to affect the workplace:
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to create a fully organized one-stop shop for all the PowerPoint slides you’ve created.
Jagdfeld discusses his leadership role at Generac Holdings. He describes how he has effectively run the organization, managed employees and helped develop a strong company culture.
The movement toward Windows 8/8.1 is gaining ever more steam—are you ready?
As a manager, you know how important it is to use the correct employment terms with employees. Using the wrong terms can expose your company to expensive lawsuits. The top five “lightning rod” terms to avoid with employees: