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A choice of work hours and the option to telecommute aren’t the only ways organizations can offer flexibility to employees. If your organization wants to expand its flex options, here are some suggestions:
Managers should make documentation of employee performance, behavior and discipline a regular habit. HR can help limit the organization’s legal liability by counseling managers to keep three basic principles in mind when documenting discipline.
What’s your favorite summer perk? In an Adecco survey, U.S. workers ranked summer flextime as their most wished-for summer perk.
Even if you included a new social media policy in your employee handbook recently, it’s time to review it again. The NLRB issued a report recently that called into question the legality of some of the wording employers commonly use in their social media policies.
If you took a wait-and-see approach to implementing health benefit changes until the Supreme Court ruled on the health care reform law, it’s time to kick your planning into high gear. Several short-term deadlines are approaching that require HR’s immediate attention, and significant milestones loom in 2013 and 2014.
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Pessimists, constant whiners, gossipers ... Negativity is a common challenge that employers must deal with on a regular basis. While negativity can take many forms, its main cause is the lack of job satisfaction. Here are strategies managers can use to encourage job satisfaction and discourage negativity among employees.
How you document a discipline issue can cause problems if an employee files a lawsuit. To protect your organization, follow these guidelines:
Q. A worker in my department is in his 70s and starting to slow down. The job he performs is very physical and I’m afraid he’s going to get hurt. I’d like to get rid of him before he hurts himself or someone else. What should I do?
The effects of domestic violence don't wait for victims to get home from work. They follow them into the workplace every day. That's why it's imperative for employers and HR to prepare management staff should this issue arise in their workplaces.