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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.

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Chronic Conditions—Frustrating, Annoying? Yes, But You Must Accommodate

One of the most challenging tasks in HR is dealing with lifelong illnesses or chronic conditions under the FMLA and ADA. But you have no choice, says Attorney Patricia Eyres.

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Supervisor’s Job? Keep HR’s Options Open

In yesterday’s Advisor, attorney Mark Schickman discussed basic guidelines for supervisor training. Today, more tips for supervisors, plus an introduction to BLR’s audit-by-checklist program.

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Handbook Not Enough—You Must Train Supervisors

Yes, you have handbooks, but you need to train to be sure your supervisors know the material provisions of your policies and rules, says attorney Mark Schickman. And they need to understand that policies must be fairly and consistently applied.

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Developing the Leaders of Tomorrow—The 4 Stages of Developmental Coaching

By Anthony Di Bratto

The Goal

One talent management goal of every HR manager in every business is to develop current employees into the next wave of company leaders. How do they do this? Every manager has his or her own approach, but consistent among all managers is some form of developmental coaching.

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4 More Sins Your Supervisors and Managers Are Guilty of

In yesterday’s Advisor, we featured the first six sins of supervisors. Today, sins 7 through 10, plus an introduction to the all-things-HR-in-one website, HR.BLR.com®.

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10 Sins of Well-Meaning Supervisors

Sometimes it seems as though there are a thousand ways supervisors and managers—with the best of intentions—can practically beg for a lawsuit. We’ve distilled it down into 10 major sins you can talk to your supervisors about (and you might as well include your managers).

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Special from the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Las Vegas Subject: Practical Tools for Supervisory Training

training improves employee morale and productivity AND lessens the likelihood or severity (cost) of lawsuits, says attorney Franck Wobst. That’s a good return on investment.

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Special from the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Las Vegas

Practical Tools for Supervisory Training

Supervisory training is important to improve employee morale, which in turn will improve productivity AND lessen the likelihood or severity (cost) of lawsuits, says attorney Franck Wobst.

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Supervisor Training: When Supervisors Should Involve HR

Supervisor training is very important when it comes to ensuring that your company stays legally compliant. Getting supervisors on the same page is critical, and it’s just as important for supervisors to know when to step back and hand things over to HR. HR and the supervisors need to work together.

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Untrained Supervisor = Legal Land Mine

Yesterday’s Advisor offered 6 common mistakes supervisors make; today, 10 tips for training supervisors, taken from BLR’s 10-Minute HR Trainer.

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