Your Employees: Do You Appreciate Them or Take Them for Granted?
If you care about employee motivation and morale, this is an important question to ask…
Are you faced with several different samples of employee handbooks and now would like to know what to do with them? Writing your organization’s employee handbook for the employees working in your organization can be challenging, to say the least. Here are several thoughts to consider when writing and sharing with your employees a new employee handbook.
A nice site for inspirational quotations and positive affirmations to promote positive thinking, personal growth, success, and achievement in your career, relationships, and life.
Many employers do a miserable job selecting people, relying on outdated and ineffective interviewing techniques. Find out how you can change the way you interview and start hiring top people today.
New staff want to feel a sense of acceptance and belonging inside the organization. Here are some methods which managers can use to invest carry out well-designed staff orientation programs.
Throughout the 2008 year, up to and within 2009, several new employment statues and laws became effective coupled with many interesting court decisions. Many of those new findings and laws require proactive responses by us as employers. With our economy being suppressed, it becomes critical for employers to be the best stewards possible with their employees. Below is a summary list of what I believe employers need to do now to assist them within the 2009 season.
This Guide issued by the Department of Labor (DOL) describes the statutes and regulations administered that affect businesses and workers. The Guide is designed mainly for those needing “hands-on” information to develop wage, benefit, safety and health, and nondiscrimination policies for businesses in general industry.
This fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Labor gives general information concerning the application of the overtime pay provisions of the FLSA.
When faced with a recession, we have two available options…buckle with fear or be imaginative, aggressive, and fight back. The clarion call is for common sense, not panic. Here are some practical ways to survive the recession.