Creating meaningful training that works is much easier said than done. Here are a few tips when conducting employee training sessions:
The current tight job market has organizations looking to stand out from the crowd. Job hunters are frequently weighing multiple job offers and have come to expect health coverage and retirement savings options as part of the benefit offerings. Employers are finding they need to differentiate themselves from competitors in the marketplace. One way to […]
Job sharing, as the name implies, is when two or more employees share the responsibilities for what would be one full-time job. There are, of course, pros and cons of taking this approach. Let’s take a look at those now.
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals (whose rulings apply to Louisiana employers) recently provided some guidance on whether an employer has a duty to protect employees from sexual harassment by its customers. In this case, the employer was a nursing care facility, and the “customer” was a mentally impaired patient with whom the employee […]
When we interview a potential new hire, HR professionals assess the candidate against a list of key skills and personal characteristics needed for the job. Let’s turn the tables and see what that list of key attributes would look like for a human resources management professional.
It’s time to give the 1:1 meeting a long overdue makeover. With many organizations shifting to ongoing performance management, there’s a growing awareness that regular check-ins between managers and employees are good for everyone. Unfortunately, very few organizations offer guidance to improve how they discuss challenges and give feedback. Here are three tips to help […]
Conflict resolution in the workplace can be broken down into steps to simplify the process. By doing so, HR and managers can ensure more effective communication and a more effective conflict resolution process.
QUESTION: My company often sends employees home without pay for various offenses, such as egregious dress code violations, insubordination, and slacking off. Sometimes, the employee is told to return the next day, and sometimes the suspension runs for a few days or more while we investigate. I wouldn’t want anyone to know I’m asking, but […]
In a part one of this article we featured the California Employment Law Letter’s take on the importance of a good job description. Today, we look at the key components every job description must contain.