Managing People at Work

If your written dress code policies are vague about what constitutes “appropriate” work attire or appearance, you’ll have to make judgment calls.

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Sexual harassment costs U.S. workplaces millions of dollars annually in legal liability and lost productivity.

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As a manager, subordinates are watching you at all times.

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Every enterprise has its official communication channels, and then its informal one — the grapevine. How you manage your company’s grapevine could shape your impact as a communicator.

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Having meaningful goals in place spurs employee motivation and helps growth and productivity.

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Communication only happens if you are available. But, how do you manage an open-door policy?

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Today, businesses rely almost entirely on data storage and exchange to conduct their operations. While the use of this technology has allowed for increased efficiency and profit, the risks associated with potential data disasters are enough to end a company’s operations entirely. How can your business guard against data threats best?

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What may be obvious to an adult employee may not be so clear to a teen tackling a task for the first time.

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One difference between successful supervisors and the ones who find their jobs exasperating is how well they inspire their employees.

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A single uncooperative person can throw a whole team out of synch, particularly when you’re facing rapidly changing demands and opportunities.

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