Be prepared for all contingencies with a disaster plan.
The boss from hell doesn’t always stand atop your building, wearing a black hat. HR has to do a little detective work, particularly when employees are often loathe to complain about personality differences, no matter how justified.
Zero tolerance is all the rage. But dealing with workplace problems requires more than rhetoric. It’s about crafting an effective policy and putting all the pieces in place to make it work.
Religious holidays, philosophies and clothing are all protected to some extent under Title VII. It’s important for employers to get some legal advice on these issues.
If an employee has a bad attitude, it does affect the workplace. How to maneuver these tricky situations.
Employees in an unethical work environment often feel powerless. It’s important to change that workplace culture.
In the frenzy of work/family directives, it’s easy to forget employees without kids or spouses. They’re sick of carrying extra workloads. They’re tired of fewer benefits. Here’s what they say about it-and what you can do about it.
Although her skills warrant her promotion, her personal style perhaps doesn’t.
Chances are, you either have, or will have, a few employees who have some kind of learning disability. Educate yourself now on how to manage these employees to peak performance.
Thirty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act-which established affirmative action-a debate rages over its continued necessity. HR must know the facts and implications of the debate so it can maintain and manage the diverse work force needed to compete in today’s market.