By: Anthony Di Bratto
There are two main approaches to occupational health and safety (OH&S). One is a reactive approach based on legislation and the threat of legal action including fines and business restrictions.
Some training is required by federal or state law, other training is discretionary, but whichever you need, good training is essential to your company’s success. Let HR Daily Advisor give you the quick-reading and easy-to-implement training ideas you need for your kind of business.
Free Special Report: 7 Strategies for Effective Training
Yesterday’s Advisor featured the first five of attorney Aaron Zandy’s 10 things we do to get sued. Today, the rest of the 10, including failure to pay correctly.
“It’s a case of perception vs. reality. The plaintiff perceives he (she) was disciplined, retaliated against, and harassed. The reality is different. He (she) was terminated for a legitimate, non-discriminatory, non-retaliatory reason by a professional, well-trained manager with supportive documentation.”
Yesterday’s Advisor began our list of the seven deadly sins of managers; today, we present Envy, Greed, and Sloth.
Highlights of the 2014 Training and Development Survey
By Jilaine Parkes, president and founder of Sprigg Talent Management Systems
Creating and agreeing on a team charter can set team projects up for success. This is an opportunity to ensure that everyone involved at the team (and senior management) level knows why the project needs to be carried out, understands what the objectives and measures of success are, and has a clear idea of who is doing what and with what resources.
In yesterday’s Advisor we featured the first four of the training topics that keep you out of court; today, topics 5 and 6, documentation and firing.