Top Three Must Have Policies for the Workplace

lorman

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and plaintiff's attorney are more aggressively focusing upon employer handbooks and policies in pursuing claims of discrimination and wrongful discharge. Human resources professionals and managers are being deposed and quizzed on what the policies and procedures mean, how are they distributed to employees, whether employees know how to make an internal complaint and if the policies are applied consistently.
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HR Basics is a series of short lessons, designed to highlight what you need to know about a particular human resource management topic. In this HR Basics, we explore Employee Relations, how to manage the relationship of employees with the organization and with each other.

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How to Hire for New Roles as You Grow

Spark Hire, Inc

The rapidly evolving business landscape often creates a need for job functions that fall outside of the conventional organization structure. As your company scales, you may identify a need for an entirely new position. While the need is clear, the candidate qualifications, seniority, and day-to-day responsibilities may be uncharted territory for your recruiting team. How can you ensure you’re hiring the best candidate for this entirely new position?
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Managing Telecommuting Employees: Policies and Best Practices

Lorman

Make sure you understand the regulatory requirements and the related risks and potential liabilities that go along with at-home employee work arrangements. Telecommuting can present real opportunities for workers when time, distance, health issues or family obligations make traditional commuting difficult or impossible. For companies, offering a telecommuting option may not only be required by law in certain situations but can also mean real savings on office space. But employers often don't realize the range of legal and other issues that must be considered when creating a virtual workplace. Careful planning and proactive management are key to making a telecommuting program a success.
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Employee Attendance Policy Best Practices

lorman

Learn how to implement effective attendance policies to cut down on employee absenteeism costs for your company. The costs associated with employee absenteeism can be astronomical. High levels of absenteeism can impact productivity, service quality and employee morale. From an HR management perspective, employee absenteeism and tardiness can be some of the toughest issues to address and remedy. This material will help HR professionals, managers and business owners identify attendance issues and effectively address them through the implementation of clear policies and practices. The content will also address federal and state laws that may be implicated in dealing with attendance issues such as the FMLA and ADA.
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Using Feedback to Drive Exceptional Employee Experiences

HR.Com

From the the interview to off-boarding, gathering regular feedback at every stage of the employee journey allows you to paint a rich picture of how your candidates and employees feel about your company and its culture. With those insights, you’re able to not only improve the experience at each stage, but also create a consistent experience across the entire journey.
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HR Basics is a series of short lessons, designed to highlight what you need to know about a particular human resource management topic. In this HR Basics, we explore Employee Relations, how to manage the relationship of employees with the organization and with each other.

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