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Writing an Effective Employee Behavior Policy

Writing an Effective Employee Behavior Policy

Why a Behavior Policy? Some behaviors do not belong in a workplace or in a civil society, but agreeing on what those behaviors are and how to enforce their restriction is a challenge. Human resources departments are the agency responsible for implementing a policy in the workplace when lea ..



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Rethinking the Probationary Period

Rethinking the Probationary Period

Probationary periods are a familiar if uncomfortable concept: That first 60 or 90 days of a new job when your performance feels like it's under a microscope, your benefits haven't begun yet, and everything about the workplace is unfamiliar. Needless to say, that period of time is rarely re ..



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Human Resources: Tips To Keep Communication Open with Your Employees

Human Resources: Tips To Keep Communication Open with Your Employees

It can be hard to be an employer or even a boss. Though you want to be able to talk to your employees, you are still the boss and they might not feel completely comfortable talking to you about certain things. However, it doesn't have to be that way. Here are some tips to keep communication  ..



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Tips for Finding Balance Between Work and Home

Tips for Finding Balance Between Work and Home

It doesn't matter whether you own a business or just work full-time, finding a balance between working and having a home life can be challenging. However, it is important for your well being. You deserve to spend time with your family since they are the reason that you work so hard. Here are ..



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Challenges and Opportunities with Employee Petitions

Challenges and Opportunities with Employee Petitions

For small and medium sized businesses that do not have union representation, or startups who are just establishing ground rules for employee contributions to change, petitions and other types of group consensus activities are growing in popularity. What are the best practices for leadership when ..



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Happy at Work

Happy at Work

What are the factors that impact employee happiness? The scales that global census takers use to determine happiness at work show different aspects of working life and satisfaction. Most global scales use several measures that translate well across cultures- pay, working hours, and paid sic ..



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Writing an Effective Employee Behavior Policy

Writing an Effective Employee Behavior Policy

Why a Behavior Policy? Some behaviors do not belong in a workplace or in a civil society, but agreeing on what those behaviors are and how to enforce their restriction is a challenge. Human resources departments are the agency responsible for implementing a policy in the workplace when lea ..



Read More...

Rethinking the Probationary Period

Rethinking the Probationary Period

Probationary periods are a familiar if uncomfortable concept: That first 60 or 90 days of a new job when your performance feels like it's under a microscope, your benefits haven't begun yet, and everything about the workplace is unfamiliar. Needless to say, that period of time is rarely re ..



Read More...

Human Resources: Tips To Keep Communication Open with Your Employees

Human Resources: Tips To Keep Communication Open with Your Employees

It can be hard to be an employer or even a boss. Though you want to be able to talk to your employees, you are still the boss and they might not feel completely comfortable talking to you about certain things. However, it doesn't have to be that way. Here are some tips to keep communication  ..



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