The Borough of Lawnside has agreed to settle a discrimination lawsuit filed by a female police officer who alleged she began experiencing harassment and discrimination almost from Day 1.
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Does it matter if we misspell words or use abbreviations in email messages? Opinions are mixed. Everyone, however, agrees that when you’re working on written correspondence or an important document, it has to be flawless. Can you spot the grammar and writing errors in the sentences?
Layoffs, pay cuts and an uncertain economy have left many organizations with fewer employees to do the work—often for the same or less money. Not all of those employees are handling it well. Here are nine ways you can deal with economy-induced employee stress and help your employees focus on their work:
Automated time-keeping systems are a lot less burdensome than their predecessors. For example, non-exempt employees no longer need to queue up to physically punch in and out at the beginning and end of a day, or when they take their meal breaks. Less burdensome, however, doesn't mean that these systems always work on autopilot. Just ask one Midwestern hospital system, which was tagged with having to pay $1.7 million in back overtime pay to 4,000 nurses because its automated time-keeping system deducted for meal periods during which they worked.
A round this time of year, employees are filing their taxes and some are realizing that they can't find their W-2 form that you provided to them weeks ago. If you didn't send W-2s electronically, set up a process for handling requests to reissue W-2s.
When your job is to keep things from falling through the cracks, a good time-management system can serve as a tightly woven net. Sue Shellenbarger, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, recently took the most widely used systems for a test drive, trying each one for a week. Here’s what she learned:
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