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December 6, 2015
Joan and I started at this company at the same time. I wouldn't call her a close friend, but we did eat lunch together sometimes and I knew her job was a lot like mine — lots of interruptions because too many bosses wanted too many things. I had thought we were moving at about the same pace career-wise, but a few months ago she started acting like she was eating steroids for breakfast every morning. And then, smack in the middle of tough times, she got promoted. And I exploded. Read More

Help supervisors understand the implications of their actions
December 7, 2015
More lawsuits more enforcement from the Obama administration = more reasons to train your supervisors about their employment law responsibilities. Do your supervisors know which job-interview questions spark lawsuits? Or which words written in performance evaluations are almost GUARANTEED to trigger discrimination lawsuits? Do they understand the recent changes to employment-related laws, and how the new administration is cracking down on employer and manager mistakes? Read More

Are annual reviews a thing of the past?
December 8, 2015
You can't afford a casual approach to performance appraisals. Not when so much is at stake: pay rates, promotions, who gets chosen for training programs, who stays or goes during a reduction-in-force. That's why more and more organizations are leaning toward a continuous program of performance management that encourages both the success of the organization and the personal advancement of employees. Does it sound daunting? It needn't be. Read More

Give those seasonal part-timers your full HR effort: 7 tips
December 9, 2015
With unemployment at a seven-year low, hourly seasonal work is becoming less attractive to job seekers who likely have more options for full-time gigs. As a result, companies like Target are offering seasonal staff more money for their busiest shifts. And Toys "R" Us is giving part-timers the chance to double their hours compared to last year. Overall, far more working adults are employed part time than before the recession. Too often, part-timers don't get the same HR attention as full-timers. If your organization employes lots of part-timers or seasonal staff, consider these tips: Read More

All ACA transition relief ending soon
December 10, 2015
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) didn't go into effect for all employers at the same time. Instead, the IRS provided some employers with transition relief, which delayed the onset of the law's play-or-pay requirements and the accompanying free-rider penalties. All of this transition relief comes to an end with the 2016 plan year, which is next month for calendar year plans. Read More

Start 2016 with a new system for your employee records
December 11, 2015
The next time you start to slide a document about an employee into an overstuffed folder, ask yourself: Do I need to create a new file? It's not because the folder is filled to the gills. It's because federal and state laws require businesses to keep separate files for a variety of employee records. Too many HR files consist of fat folders organized just as they always have been: one per employee. Make a fresh start in 2016 by creating a new employee record-keeping system. Read More

5 ways to reduce absenteeism
December 12, 2015
Say your organization has an attendance policy in place, but you're still experiencing a high rate of absenteeism. It may be a good idea to get your managers and supervisors together to plan a strategy. Here's what others have done in similar situations: Read More

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