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<i>Dear Workforce</i> How Should I Handle An Employee Who Has Attempted Suicide

October 29, 2000
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You certainly are right to be concerned on several levels: a) privacy rights, b) unprofessional actions, c) the grapevine effect and d) employee confidentiality.
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IDear Workforce-I Should HR Have Friendships With Employees

October 22, 2000
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Do what you can to foster strong working relationships, beginning perhaps with brown-bag lunches. Off-duty friendships can work, but proceed with caution.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> In Which Direction Should I Take This Company

October 22, 2000
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Several suggestions as to how an HR executive at a growing company can prove valuable.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> What Does Absenteeism Cost How Do I Address Tardiness

October 15, 2000
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Absenteeism results in $600 annually in direct costs; more if you add in various snowball-effect expenses and losses. Addressing tardiness may need to begin with your EAP.
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IDear Workforce-I How Do I Attract and Keep Receptionists

October 15, 2000
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Take a look at the culture, the environment and the team that person works in and see if it is attractive or not.
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Dear Workforce How Many Positions Should Recruiters Handle

October 8, 2000
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It depends on the difficulty in filling the position, as well as the number of openings per position.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> How Many Payroll People Do I Need

October 8, 2000
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Here are a set of questions you can ask yourself when making the determination --questions that in many cases apply to other departments.
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IDear Workforce-I Are Cafeteria Plan Rules Similar in the Public Sector

October 1, 2000
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A political subdivision can indeed offer cafeteria-style benefits like the private sector does.
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IDear Workforce-I How Do I Manage Employees Used to Being Coddled

September 27, 2000
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Work on dealing with loss and change; comparing and contrasting leadership styles and systems; and ongoing discipline, motivation and team building.
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