A Manager's Guide to Preventing People Problems

 

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A Manager's Guide to Preventing People Problems

Even the simplest conversation between a manager and employee can have legal implications.

Managers need to have good knowledge of what to do when an employee is potentially disruptive at work, since they are often the ones on the front lines witnessing the behavior and taking action.

Prevent problems before they start with this convenient resource to help you plan your responses ahead of time.

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Dear Manager:

On-the-job people problems can develop into disruptive workplace dilemmas if they are not resolved in a fair, consistent and legal manner. As a supervisor or manager, it is up to you to provide precise responses to problem situations before they explode into trouble or even potential danger.

Something as simple as requesting time off for religious reasons or for jury duty can create a potential lawsuit if not handled fairly and consistently.

Find out what else you need to know about preventing employee-related problems in A Manager’s Guide To Preventing People Problems.
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A Manager’s Guide To Preventing People Problems is full of real-life examples, practical advice and suggestions to help you stay in compliance when taking action at work against disruptive employees, or even trying to help employees resolve reasonable requests.

Wrong or inconsistent actions can land you in court. This Guide Booklet is a quick read, but it’s full of information to help you be prepared, fair and legal, 100% of the time.

A Manager's Guide to Preventing People ProblemsOrder your copy of A Manager’s Guide To Preventing People Problems and find out:
  • How to address employees who are spreading malicious gossip or complaining excessively
  • What actions to take when an employee shows up to work who has clearly been drinking
  • What to do when an employee blatantly violates confidentiality policies and leaks information
  • When to address dress code violations (safety may be a concern)
  • The best ways to accommodate employees who have disabilities or who have religious practices they believe require them to miss work
As a manager, it's up to me to provide precise responses to problem situations before they explode into trouble.
checkbox I'd like to know more about avoiding problem situations at work – and I know that being prepared will help keep me out of court. Send me A Manager's Guide To Preventing People Problems now!
Yes! I want to know my management decisions are fair and in compliance.
We respect your privacy.
SCENARIOS YOU WILL COVER IN THIS BOOKLET
AIDS Rumors
Alcohol at Work
Complaining Headaches
Confidentiality: Loose Lips
Dating Among Employees
Disability Accommodation
Dress Code Violation
Error Reduction
Fighting Foul-Ups
Insubordination
Job Interviewing
Jury Duty Dilemma
Moonlighting
Negligent Hiring
Off-Duty Misconduct
Office Politics
Pregnant Employee
Promotion Predicament
Reduction-In-Force
Religious Accommodation
Sexual Harassment
Theft of Property
With this exclusive Guide Booklet, you’ll be able to review on-the-job scenarios in the workplace – and discuss which actions are best to take – to enhance your own preparedness and management skills. And now this Guide is available to you at a special low rate – just $10.

Don’t let the low price fool you: This handy booklet is packed with information that could avert a lawsuit and keep you in compliance. Order your copy of A Manager’s Guide To Preventing People Problems today – and be more confident at work in the future. An ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure!
A Manager's Guide to Preventing People Problems

Sincerely,

Pat DiDomenico

Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director
As a manager, it's up to me to provide precise responses to problem situations before they explode into trouble.
checkbox I'd like to know more about avoiding problem situations at work – and I know that being prepared will help keep me out of court. Send me A Manager's Guide To Preventing People Problems now!
Yes! I want to know my management decisions are fair and in compliance.
We respect your privacy. 
P.S. Remember, there's absolutely no risk. If you don't see how to be better prepared for potentially explosive situations at work, we'll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you'll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. Don’t let unfair or inconsistent management decisions lead to a costly lawsuit. Get your copy of A Manager’s Guide To Preventing People Problems now!