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Foosball tables and pet-friendly policies may have been the coolest office perks in the ’90s, but today, enlightened offices are providing fresh fruit to keep employees satiated, healthy and productive.
Robert Catell of National Grid USA models how to lead a successful Q&A session with employees.
Have many of your recent promotions gone to members of one sex or some other protected category? If so, take some time now to figure out how that happened. It’s entirely possible that what at first looks like a suspicious “coincidence” that could be misconstrued as discrimination is actually completely innocent ...
Q. We fired an employee based on an eyewitness account of theft. We documented that report and put it in the former employee’s personnel file. That person has now hired an attorney and asked to see the file. We believe we have no obligation to respond. Do we have to turn it over without a subpoena? ...

According to a recent report from the Government Accountability Office, roughly 41% of the $14 billion charged by federal employees to government credit cards wasn't properly authorized or didn't meet payment standards.  Highlights from the report should send shivers up any HR manager's spine.

Q. One of our managers keeps notes of performance issues in a file that he uses for completing performance appraisals. One person he supervises has made a written request to see her personnel file—and specifically asked for information in the manager’s file. Do we have to give the notes to the employee? ...
Retaliation can turn a relative molehill of a discrimination complaint into a mountain of legal trouble. And the retaliation doesn’t have to take the form of something dramatic, such as a firing or demotion. Little things supervisors do can add up to retaliation. But supervisors can’t retaliate if they don’t know about earlier discrimination complaints or pending lawsuits ...
An employee sometimes will look for any reason to file a lawsuit—especially if she thinks she has been treated unfairly but doesn’t have any direct evidence. That’s one good reason for justifying all employment-related decisions ...
Track your time ... Hold an agenda-free chat with an employee ... Resolve a long-running dispute ...
The setting for team meetings matters more than you may think. If the group always gathers in the same room, a "same old, same old" mentality can sink in and stymie creativity.
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