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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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Sometimes, the best lessons are learned from the worst examples. That’s often the case with HR management. When employers make big mistakes and have to pay for them in court, other employers with good practices—that maybe need just a little tweaking—can discover what not to do. Here’s a good example.
When it's time to present next year's HR budget, get the C-Suite's attention with these six talking points. They'll show you mean business.
Federal employment laws can be terribly confusing, particularly because they often have different definitions for the size of a business that is exempt from the law. Use the following list to make sure you’re not spending time and money complying with laws that only apply to larger businesses.
Talking to a group of employees about their complaints can be uncomfortable, but it’s part of being a good manager. Allowing grievances to go unaddressed can hurt employee morale and productivity. Here are guidelines to planning and conducting group meetings for employees to express their concerns openly without fear of repercussions.
Aw c’mon. An employee is obviously pregnant but you can’t even say the “p” word? Does the mere use of the adjective translate into legal liability? One court recently said “relax.” It’s OK to say a woman is pregnant; just don’t make any employment decisions based on it or comment negatively. Still, it’s a bit tricky, as this case shows …
Which of your workers are eligible for overtime pay? Which are independent contractors versus employees? It soon won’t be good enough to guess … get ready to document and show proof. The DOL issued a proposal last month that would require employers to prepare detailed records on every worker’s status under the FLSA. Then you’d have to keep that information on file and be prepared to show it to the DOL upon request.