Managing People at Work

It’s always a problem when team members bypass you and take their concerns and ideas to your manager.

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There’s no perfect way to tell an employee that his services are no longer needed. But there are some general guidelines to keep in mind that can make things easier.

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Here are some techniques you can use to encourage job candidates to open up and give you the information you need to make a better hiring decision.

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Here are some classic compliance situations that every manager should know how to handle.

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When you begin thinking about how to identify the right person for the job, you may come up with a list of specific skills that your assistant will need. But it’s help- ful to review several general factors first.

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Religious accommodations … Medical assumptions … Predictable scheduling

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When you and a team member aren’t hitting it off, how can you best perform as a leader? Here are ideas to consider.

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Under both federal and some state laws, certain information must be posted on a bulletin board where all employees can see it.

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Not all on-the-job harassment is sexual, and there’s plenty of trouble waiting for managers and organizations that tolerate harassment of any kind.

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Building trust is a lot like building a house of cards: It takes a long time to create, but doesn’t take long for it to come tumbling down. A broken promise or betrayed confidence can erode trust very quickly.

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