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10 Steps to Creating a Legally Sound Electronic Employee Handbook: The Week in Review

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The step-by-step process for creating an electronic employee handbook
April 10, 2016
Is your employee handbook still an actual book? If so, you're living in the paper past. Converting to a digital handbook will cut costs, make updating easier and — most importantly — erase many of the legal dangers associated with paper handbooks. But e-handbooks involve more than just transferring written documents into a database. One wrong move can actually inject a host of new legal risks ... Read More

Difficult employees: How to manage them
April 11, 2016
Whiners and gripers. Back-talkers and bullies. Prima donnas. Slackers. Even fighters. Difficult employees make the workplace miserable for their peers, for their supervisors, for you. Sometimes we confront these troublemakers, and sometimes ignore them. Some may be star performers — except for one nasty habit. If only we could keep their good qualities and help them get rid of the bad ones. Now you can. Read More

Creating a winning employee retention strategy
April 12, 2016
How many of your employees are planning their exits right now? With the economy improving, researchers are forecasting "a global talent exodus." In fact, 69% of employees are actively job hunting, and 30% of organizations say it takes a year or longer for new employees to reach their full productivity. Employee turnover is a killer to the bottom line. That's why smart organizations are taking preemptive steps right now to hold on to their best employees. Read More

Lessons for employers: The equal pay lawsuit by U.S. Women's Soccer Team
April 13, 2016
When employment law news hits the front page of USA Today, it means your employees will be wondering if the same type of illegalities are going on in their workplace, too. That happened in early April when five members of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team filed an EEOC complaint demanding to be paid the same as members of the U.S. Men's National Team. Their allegation: The U.S. Soccer Federation discriminates against them on the basis of sex in violation of the Equal Pay Act (EPA). The women seem to have a strong case. Last year, the women say, they generated nearly $20 million more in revenue for U.S. Soccer than the men did. Yet the women were paid far less. Read More

VIDEO TRAINING: How to get on the same page as your boss
April 14, 2016
Many people complain, "My boss doesn't have any time to spend with me." Most people have worked for someone who has said to them at some point, "As long as you're on the right track, I won't bother you. The only time I'll talk to you is when you screw up." The only kind of feedback they're getting from such a supervisor is negative feedback. And what this person is doing, inadvertently, is training his or her employees to avoid him or her. But getting on the same page as your boss is not as difficult as people might think it is. It involves structure and communication, as is necessary in any relationship. In this video, Fred Kniggendorf, president of Gravyloaf LLC, a training and consulting company in the Kansas City area, explains how to fix these problems with your boss ... Read More

Say what? Handling the tough talks
April 15, 2016
The ability to give praise for a job well done and to promote hard-working employees may be among your preferred conversations. But, being a manager makes it unavoidable to be the bearer of bad tidings at times. Though you may not be able to change the content of negative messages, your delivery has major impact on how your words are perceived by the listener. Here's how to choose the right words for those tense conversations managers can't avoid. Read More

4 things to teach your employees about data security
April 16, 2016
Today, businesses rely almost entirely on data storage and exchange to conduct their operations. While the use of this technology has allowed for increased efficiency and profit, the risks associated with potential data disasters are enough to end a company's operations entirely. How can your business guard against data threats best? Despite the doom and gloom clouding the topic, data security is manageable even internally. Informing your staff of safety measures and protocol is imperative to your network security. While software and monitoring can protect your business from external threats, all it takes is one wrong click on a virus-infected email and one employee can endanger your entire business infrastructure. Education regarding safe internet navigation, effective passwords and secure handling of mobile devices can prevent an accidental compromise due to carelessness or uninformed employees. Here are four things to teach your employees about data security. Read More

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