Talking to employees about performance problems, attendance issues or an upcoming layoff can be difficult, but there are steps you can take to make those conversations easier. Here are four tips to help you.
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.
A hard-core bad attitude that starts with one employee can quickly infect co-workers if you don’t rein it in. Here are the top 10 tips for confronting employees whose negative behavior has begun to affect the workplace:
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:
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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.
In light of increasing I-9 and E-Verify enforcement, make sure your hiring policies and practices conform to the latest federal and state rules and avoid anti-discrimination claims....Click here to find out more.