| Thursday, November 14th, 2013
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.
| Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
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.
| Thursday, September 5th, 2013
Yesterday’s Advisor offered 6 common mistakes supervisors make; today, 10 tips for training supervisors, taken from BLR’s 10-Minute HR Trainer.
| Wednesday, September 4th, 2013
As the HR manager, you’re on top of things, but that’s only a small part of the battle. The rest of it is fought mostly by your supervisors, and they are not HR experts … yet.
| Wednesday, June 19th, 2013
In yesterday’s Advisor, attorney Mark Schickman helped us understand when supervisors must defer to HR. Today, when supervisor must stay out, plus an introduction to the “50×50” (50 Employment Laws in 50 States), the unique guide for employers with operations in more than one state.
| Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
The moment when the supervisor decides whether to act or to call HR often has far-reaching consequences, says attorney Mark Schickman. Unfortunately, he often gets involved too late to prevent an expensive outcome.
| Monday, January 21st, 2013
One potentially confusing area for employers is determining under which circumstances employee training time must be paid. Is all employee training time considered hours worked? BLR Legal Editor Susan Prince provides the answer in this new video.
| Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
January 2013 is National Mentoring Month, which is the perfect time for employers that may be interested in establishing an external mentoring program to learn about how they can get started and enjoy the benefits of providing employee-mentors while helping their local community.
| Monday, September 10th, 2012
Special from Atlanta–SHRM Annual Conference and Exhibition
In yesterday’s Advisor, attorney Dana Cotham offered suggestions for avoiding retaliation claims—the most common type of claim. Today, the red flags that signal potential problems, plus an introduction to the new, comprehensive training solution—TrainingToday.
| Sunday, September 9th, 2012
Special from Atlanta—SHRM Annual Conference and Exhibition
Retaliation means the employer is paying stupid money for stupid acts, says attorney Dana Cotham. Unfortunately, it doesn’t take much these days to rise to the level of retaliation.