Do your managers have the HR know-how they need? Do you?
When you promote an employee to a managerial position, you’re gambling that he or she will be a successful supervisor. One wrong move can lead to a lull in productivity ... lowered morale ... or even a lawsuit. And even experienced managers may not know how to handle human resources issues.
The corporate environment is constantly changing, and it’s important to keep up. You can’t let HR problems derail your organization. Let HR Memos to Managers make you and your supervisors HR-savvy.
How much do your supervisors know about human resources? Can you trust them to handle tricky situations like workplace discrimination and performance reviews? Do they shy away from confrontation? Mishandle conflicts? Let personal feelings toward co-workers get in the way of supervising them?
What about you? Are you confident that you could calm an angry employee? Conduct a job interview without asking off-limits questions? Discipline your troubled employees fairly? If not, there’s a handbook designed specifically to refresh your supervisors’ memories and yours on HR topics – or even introduce you to new ones.
The last thing any manager wants to face is an employee lawsuit, especially over a subject that could easily have been handled differently. When you take the time to ensure you’re following HR best practices, your organization will remain productive and your employees will remain efficient. They’ll also thank you for looking out for them.
HR Memos to Managers contains 81 concise training handouts covering nine key areas your supervisors must be familiar with:
Don’t be discouraged if acronyms like “ADA,” “FLSA” and “FMLA” make your head spin. HR Memos to Managers uses plain English to explain employment law and different forms of discrimination. You’ll also receive tips on areas that can be difficult to navigate, like confronting poor performers ... helping workers through personal crises ... and reducing job stress.
You’ll be able to put the Memos to use right away. The handbook includes self-tests for discussing performance problems, discovering whether you’re a micromanager, determining whether you discipline fairly and more.
Here are just a few of the memos from this guide:
Make sure your managers know all there is to know about HR. You’ll save yourself and your company tons of time and hassle – and maybe even a lawsuit. Plus, your employees will be happy to know that they’re in good hands.
Phillip A. Ash
P.S. Remember, there’s absolutely no risk. If you don’t see how you can give your supervisors the knowledge they need in all areas of HR, we’ll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you’ll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. It’s easy for supervisors to get caught up with all the important HR topics. Whether your managers are seasoned or new to their positions, they’ll all be on the same page. And you’ll be confident that your supervisors will know what to do if a problem arises. Get your copy now!