When counseling poor performers, what steps could we take to persuade them to adopt new ways of doing things that will improve their on-the-job performance?
How can our public-sector organization help its non-HR managers improve their hiring skills? They are often asked to handle personnel-related issues, such as determining whether candidates have the competencies necessary to perform the job. However, most have little (if any) formal training on how to do this. And our organization does not have a centralized approach or expertise in delivering this type of training.
Reacting to the guidance, one expert said it means that ‘employers will be able to continue to impose their own requirements.’Read More
We are seeking a way to evaluate individual managers for effectiveness at our company of fewer than 200 employees. Generally, 360 reviews are not recommended for companies of our size. What other tools could we use?
—Doing a 360, human resources manager, finance/insurance/real estate, Chestnut Hill, MassachusettsRead More
Commentary: The Labor Department has recently announced major new initiatives that suggest it is more interested in catching noncompliant employers than helping employers to comply with labor regulations.Read More
We run a series of parking garages in urban areas across the United States. Recently our company promoted a handful of employees to supervisor positions. Now we are seeking ways to give them the necessary training to ease their transition. What are suggestions on training programs and/or training strategies?Read More