Archive for Tag: HR

04.23.19

Designing Meetings Your Team Will Actually Want to Attend

For many employees and business leaders alike, meetings are a frustrating part of our jobs. Most of the time they’re either long, pointless, boring, or all of the above. The result is that employees not only dread going to meetings, but also don’t pay attention when they’re in one. Below are a few tips on […]

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04.18.19

The Importance of Embracing Employee Sick Days

Even employees who have designated sick days often report feeling...
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04.15.19

A Proactive Approach to Reducing Employee Turnover

Many employee policy guides include language about what an employee...
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04.04.19

Five Key Differences Between Managers and Leaders

It has been implied for years that management and leadership...
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04.01.19

Managing Conflict in the Workplace

When leaders think about conflict, they often immediately go to...
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03.25.19

Providing Employees with Feedback That Makes a Difference

Providing employees with feedback is one of the many tasks...
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03.21.19

Handling College Basketball at Work Without Going Mad

Every March, the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament featuring 68 teams takes place. With the first-round games set to start in the middle of the workday this week, it is worth considering how your office plans to address the madness. Given the popularity and length of the tournament, there is the potential that it […]

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03.19.19

Is Creating a Dog-Friendly Workplace Right for You?

One perk that has been around for several years is...
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03.15.19

What Happens if an Employee Files a Discrimination Claim Against my Company with the EEOC?

While we hope it never happens, understanding the process will...
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03.08.19

Proposed Overtime Rule Changes Are Back on the Table

In 2016, we talked a lot about potential changes to...
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