As a manager, you know how important it is to use the correct employment terms with employees. Using the wrong terms can expose your company to expensive lawsuits. The top five “lightning rod” terms to avoid with employees:
While you can’t expect an employee to leave a termination meeting happy, you can take a few simple steps to calm the person down and reduce the chances that he or she will walk across the street to a lawyer’s office. Here are five smart tips for conducting terminations.
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As a manager, you have a legal responsibility to be on the lookout for misconduct, including sexual harassment. Here’s what’s considered sexual harassment in American workplaces and how to react if you see it or hear about it.
Lawsuits and legal complaints have been exploding nationwide over the past decade. It's important for managers to prevent legal disputes by knowing the basics of employment law. How well do you know the law? Take this quiz.
Performance reviews can bring stress to both sides of the table. However, with the right planning by supervisors, the meeting can be a productive, stress-free event. Here are the top five ways to improve performance reviews.
When managers conduct job interviews, they walk a fine line. They have to be polite, assertive and aware of illegal questions. Here are the five most common mistakes managers make when conducting interviews.
Your employee handbook can be an invaluable organizational tool … or an employment lawsuit waiting to happen. And in recent years, Congress and state legislatures have been busy enacting laws that directly affect your employee handbook. If you haven’t kept up, you could find yourself in court....Click here to find out more.