If you’ve ever accidentally saved over a document you needed by using it to create a new one, or accidentally deleted long and complex formulas, you’ll appreciate these tips on choosing, creating and customizing templates.
“Oh, it’s no big deal, it’s just a cold.” How many times have you heard an employee casually dismiss an illness like this? As a manager, it’s imperative that you inform employees of how easily common infectious bugs such as colds and flu spread.
Being in HR requires the ability to maintain confidentiality. This can be challenging if you do not have an office with a door that you can close and lock. Here are some ways you can overcome the challenges of working in a cubicle.
In most states, workers are employed on an “at will” basis, meaning employers may terminate workers at any time for any legal, nondiscriminatory reason. However, at-will status doesn’t mean you won’t get sued. Here's how to minimize your exposure to wrongful-termination claims.
About one-third of employees listen to music at work using an iPod, MP3 player or other portable music device. But employers need to be aware of the potential negative effects that these devices could have on communication, performance and safety.
For the first time in almost 20 years, you’ll need to relearn how to use Windows. That's because Windows 8 is a dramatic change from previous versions of Windows. The most obvious difference between Windows 7 and Windows 8 is the user interface. Here's an at-a-glance view.