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Know when to terminate — 8 questions to ask
June 12, 2016
How do you react when faced with poor-performing or disruptive employees? Unfortunately, too many managers simply play ostrich, sticking their head in the sand and hoping the situation improves. The result: problems worsen, morale deteriorates and productivity takes a major hit. Don't let this happen in your organization! With this entertaining and informative audio recording from her popular webinar, expert trainer Amy Henderson will teach you and your supervisors a series of practical, real-life tools to handle even the toughest problem employees. Read More

FMLA intermittent leave: Compliance workshop
June 13, 2016
Confused about how to manage employee requests for unscheduled, intermittent FMLA leave? Feel taken advantage of by employees who've learned to game the so-called "Friday-Monday Leave Act"? Some of HR's most thorny, legally risky situations involve employees' use (and abuse) of FMLA leave taken in small bites. The amount of detail and timing necessary to administer these leaves can cause even the most seasoned HR professionals to scratch their heads. Find out how to prevent and correct FMLA compliance problems and effectively manage all types of FMLA intermittent leave issues … Read More

How to set policies and limit liability for employees' use of smartphones, iPads and social media
June 14, 2016
Technology has become the No. 1 new employment law risk to American employers ... and the growth of social media and personal tech devices — smartphones, iPads, laptops — has taken that risk to a whole new level. That's why it's critical to establish and enforce realistic (and legal) limitations on employees' use of their own computers, tablets, smartphones, email, social media accounts and other forms of technology — whether they're used in the workplace, on the road or at home. This webinar is your common-sense, practical workshop on the best practices and potential liability … Read More

The all-new Employee Operator Manual: No boss should be without it!
June 15, 2016
They come with high-end dishwashers, low-end microwave ovens and even cheap, six-button blenders. They are operator manuals, designed to help the user properly operate, maintain and generally get the most satisfaction out of his or her new purchase. Why are there no operator manuals for managers to properly handle employees? The problem is solved. You no longer have to wing it. Here is the first-ever Employee Operator ManualRead More

Losers and liars: Trump-like insults can be a legal hazard in the workplace
June 16, 2016
"Stupid" ... "loser" ... "pathetic" ... "lightweight" ... "a spoiled brat without a properly functioning brain." All those insults — and worse — have been hurled on the campaign trail during this especially ugly election year, with the harshest attacks lobbed by GOP nominee-in-waiting Donald Trump. But what happens when supervisors use that kind of verbal venom on employees in the workplace? Such on-the-job insults can generate more than just hurt feelings. Legal claims — harassment, discrimination, infliction of emotional distress — can be a natural byproduct of offensive speech gone unchecked at work. Read More

4 items that aren't included in the new OT regulations
June 17, 2016
The new Department of Labor overtime rules will change the way many employers do business. On the other hand, there's much that did not change. Here are the details … Read More

Do we all need training on how to commute?
June 18, 2016
If you spent an hour and a half each day in the office doing something you hated and that stressed you out, you'd think about looking for another job. But, day after day, most of us suffer through joyless commutes of aggravating lengths, and merely throw our hands into the air helplessly: What's to be done? Actually, plenty. Your commute is a chance to change your life. Read More

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