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February 28, 2016
You simply cannot afford to let any HR paperwork fall through the cracks. The stakes are too high, from two standpoints: the threat of triggering employment law violations, and the threat of whopping lawsuits from employees. In both cases, the best defense is a good offense: documentation that proves you comply with every law and every procedure required. The ultimate victory is when nobody even thinks about taking action against you — not the feds, not your state, not your employees. Read More

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February 29, 2016
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FMLA intermittent leave ... deciphered
March 1, 2016
Confused about how to manage employee requests for unscheduled, intermittent FMLA leave? Feel taken advantage of by employees who've learned to game the so-called "Friday-Monday Leave Act"? Some of HR's most thorny, legally risky situations involve employees' use (and abuse) of FMLA leave taken in small bites. The amount of detail and timing necessary to administer these leaves can cause even the most seasoned HR professionals to scratch their heads. Stop feeling powerless in the face of FMLA abusers and confusing FMLA rules. Read More

Comparing the tax plans of presidential hopefuls
March 2, 2016
In this presidential election year, taxes are — as usual — a prime consideration. Alert: The tax plans presented by the various candidates feature dramatic differences. Thus, the election outcome in November could have a significant tax impact for years to come. For comparison's sake, this article reviews the key tax proposals of some of the leading candidates. Read More

Should you let your employees evaluate you?
March 3, 2016
The evaluation of employee performance by supervisors has been a standard part of organizational life for many years. But increasingly, employees are invited to comment on their supervisor's work — and in some organizations this is still not done. Should it be? Would it be a good idea for employees everywhere to review their supervisors' performance? Should your employees evaluate you? Read More

Unacceptable work? How to toss it back
March 4, 2016
From time to time, all managers deal with subpar performance or shoddy work. And sometimes it's tempting just to do it yourself. Don't. Unacceptable work makes life hard for supervisors, but accepting it makes life harder. Supervisors who avoid a confrontation over quality — often by doing the work themselves — build up resentment and anger toward workers. And employees who aren't encouraged to improve will lose interest in trying. Here's how to return bad work. Read More

How to 'read' employees
March 5, 2016
Many people hide their feelings out of anger, fear or uncertainty. So a manager needs to have his or her radar up when an employee says one thing and thinks or does another. The most revealing indicator is a discrepancy between words and body language. Read More

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