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July 2017

Essential Policy Updates for Your Employee Handbook

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It’s important to review, revise, and recirculate the employee handbook every year. Federal, state or city regulations change year to year. Regular review of company policy prevents them from becoming outdated and leaving your business vulnerable to expensive litigation. Here are policies that should be reviewed in your employee handbook….

Resolving Conflict From Gossip in the Workplace

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Employees talking and gossiping is a natural part of the work day. Unfortunately, conflict can arise from gossiping in the work place. If gossip affects productivity or is affecting other employees, it needs to be addressed. It’s up to both employer and employee to prevent, and resolve these issues when…

6 Types of Insurance Coverage That Every Business Needs

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Insurance can shield your business from unexpected events. Some risks can be mitigated or eliminated, but insurance coverage is needed to survive a significant natural disaster, employee or customer injury or product failure. The right mix of coverage can ensure your company is protected against these incidents and damages. Here…

6 Tips to Improve your Negotiation Skills

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Navigating negotiations is a crucial part of business. Negotiation is a conversation whose goal is to reach an agreement that satisfies both parties even if it’s with someone whose interests are not perfectly aligned with yours. Read on for six tips to help you improve your negotiation skills and negotiation…

How Leaders Guide Their Team Through Changes

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Changes in business can improve how your company performs, but your team may not be receptive to changes. Even implementing potentially time saving systems that can make their jobs easier can be met with resistance. A few techniques can help the transition and encourage the team to embrace change. Share…