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Dishing out criticism demands delicacy. Here's the best way to gain cooperation and compliance when giving feedback that isn't as positive as the listener might like.

No state or federal law requires a company to establish a progressive discipline policy. But if you put one in place, make sure you follow it.
While social media can improve an organization’s image and communication, it can also present risks to companies that don’t have a clear policy defining how employees may use it.

Few execs start off with the intent to lie or defraud. Instead, they make the mistake of getting ensnared by one seemingly minor infraction. How does many a downfall escalate from there?

Stepping in to lead a pre-existing team demands a sound management strategy. Will you have one when the time comes?
While they differ from traditional cigarettes in some fundamental ways, many employers are faced with a dilemma in terms of how to treat e-cigarettes in policy and in practice.

Could you put your hands on all the necessary records if the auditor came for them today?

This controversial approach to performance evaluation requires that supervisors group employees from top to bottom. The CEO of Nielsen Holdings remains a fan.

The story of the man CNBC named one of the worst American CEOs of all time teaches a lesson in how to conduct yourself with employees.
If your organization employs lots of part-timers—or is considering shifting work formerly done by full-time employees to part-timers—consider these factors.
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