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Why Your Feedback Isn’t Working

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Many managers and HR professionals know how frustrating it can be when they give feedback to employees and it obviously didn’t sink in. In some situations, this could genuinely be due to the employee not wanting to listen or change their actions. However, it’s worth it for the HR department…

The Aftermath of Bullying in the Workplace

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Bullying in the workplace is a big deal, resulting in many lawsuits every year and even a few high profile cases that get news and media attention. Of course, preventing bullying is always the best measure that managers and HR professionals can take, but that doesn’t mean that bullying will…

Your Employees and Working Remotely

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Working remotely, or telecommuting, is increasingly becoming an option in the workplace. In fact, between 2005 and 2009, the number of remote workers in the United States grew by 61%. Employees find a lot of value in having the option to work remotely, to the point where they are willing…

Answering Open Enrollment Questions for Your Employees

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It’s that time of year again. It’s time for the holidays and for a new period of open enrollment for healthcare. HR professionals and managers are bracing themselves to answer a lot of open enrollment questions for their employees if they haven’t already been doing so. There are a few…

Don’t Be A Boss, Be A Leader

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Every once in awhile it’s good for managers to take a step back and examine their leadership style. This allows you to see what’s been effective for your workplace as well as what aspects you could improve on. While a boss is technically someone that supervises employees, this doesn’t necessarily…

Don’t Ask These Age Related Interview Questions

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When it comes to interview questions, managers and HR professionals know that they have to be very careful to avoid asking anything that could potentially send them to court. One of the most common ways that the interview process could head toward dangerous territory is when it comes to age…

Attracting the Best Job Applicants

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Businesses who are in need of new employees want to know how they can get the top talent to apply for their jobs. An essential key to success for businesses is their employees so it’s only natural that everyone wants the best of the best. HR professionals play a crucial…

Preventing Wage and Hour Lawsuits

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Almost 25,000 wage and hour complaints are filed each year to the Department of Labor. The number of Fair Labor Standards Act cases filed in the federal court has increased more than five times over the past 20 years. The DOL has hired 600 more wage and hour investigators to…

How to Create an Interesting Employee Handbook

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Almost every job has an employee handbook that is given to new employees to help them get to know the company, become familiarized with policy, and learn how best to succeed in the company. Unfortunately, the employee handbook isn’t always the most interesting reading material. In fact, many times, employees…