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One important way to judge your success as a manger is by the success of your employees. An effective manager isn’t just a boss who can extract the most productivity from his people, but the one who produces great future managers. How can you be sure that under your leadership managers will blossom?

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Microsoft chairman Bill Gates uses digital tools to get things done. No surprise there, but are you using any of his top tactics?

HR Law 101: Workplace dress codes touch on a variety of issues, including workplace safety, freedom of speech, personal hygiene, customer relations, religious freedom, the minimum wage and racial and gender stereotypes. Employers have a number of legitimate reasons for imposing a dress code, but court rulings have limited their options...

HR Law 101: Some employers and employees choose to enter into an employment contract. Usually the worker is seeking job security, while the company wants to protect its trade secrets and sales territories. However, if you sign an employment contract, you may find that you’ve given away more than you bargained for ...

Q. What rights does an employer have if an employee fails to give timely notice of FMLA leave?

Q. I understand that the FMLA military leave rights have been expanded. Can my employees request leave to care for a family member who is a veteran undergoing medical treatment?

In the book Don’t Be Such a Scientist, author Randy Olson urges scientists to improve their communication skills.
Two of your best technicians quit recently. In conducting their exit interviews, you learned that their primary reason for leaving was the poor leadership of upper management.
Telling employees what they don’t want to hear isn’t pleasant. The message itself may be painful to say. And their reactions can upset you. By leveling with people, you go a long way toward earning their respect.
Run collaborative meetings that engage people ... Keep to-do lists to manage time better ... Enhance training by assigning experiments.
Psychologists refer to the impostor syndrome to describe people who feel as if they’re faking it. These individuals lack faith in their abilities and assume they haven’t earned their success.