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May 10, 2015
If your interview process is on auto-pilot, now's the time to take the controls. A simple shift in the way you ask interview questions can dramatically boost your chances of identifying a candidate who'll succeed at the job. Interviewing and retention expert Mel Kleiman has spoken at more than 10 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conferences and has trained thousands of managers on how to recruit, select and retain great employees. Read More

The best way to get more out of your people
May 11, 2015
How are your performance reviews performing for you? Do they communicate clearly? Do they give your employees the feedback and goals they need to correct and improve their performance? Are they legally bulletproof? The answer, most likely, is no. If you're like most employers, you're using procedures and documents cobbled together over the years. Result? A mere 30% of workers say their evaluations help them improve performance. Only 3 out of 10! Read More

Terminations: How to make this unpleasant task a lot easier
May 12, 2015
Terminating an employee is stressful, no matter what the reason. Perhaps a bad employee has reached the end of the disciplinary road. Or maybe the economy has forced you to cut back on personnel. Either way, with so much tension during the termination process, you may not remember to follow the proper procedures — especially if you are not exactly sure of them to begin with. Read More

Should you fire your benefits broker? 3 questions for them, 3 for you
May 13, 2015
Even before the birth of Obamacare, managing company benefits was becoming a more complex process. You probably hire a broker to sort through the best health plans, but some brokers do little more each year than quote the same insurers with higher costs. Benefits brokers typically charge commissions of anywhere from 3% to 6%. But it's not wise to choose a broker based on commission rates alone; good and bad service comes at all points in that range. Here are some issues to consider when choosing the right broker … Read More

Texting in the office: a problem, or just yet another distraction?
May 14, 2015
Question: "Our office has an outdated cellphone policy that doesn't address text messaging. It simply says 'If an employee receives an important personal call on their cellphone, they are to leave the office and proceed into the hall to take the call.' Most of our employees keep cellphones on their desk and do a lot of texting during the workday. Many people feel that management needs to step up and deal with this issue, because texting distracts people and reduces productivity. Don't you think we should have a texting policy?" —Annoyed Read More

Diversity case study — 3 success fundamentals
May 15, 2015
Michelle P. Wimes, Esq., is the Director of Professional Development & Inclusion at Ogletree Deakins, an international labor and employment law firm representing management. In employee engagement coach and trainer Jathan Janove's interview with her, Wimes describes the strategic action plan she developed and implemented after joining the firm in January 2011. Her plan has three fundamental aspects: Vision, Foundation and Success Modeling. Read More

VIDEO: Overcoming 'negative vibes' among your staff: 10 tips
May 16, 2015
Every HR pro and manager has to deal with a certain amount of pessimistic, hostile or uncooperative behavior at times. It's just part of the workplace. But a hard-core negative attitude that starts with just one employee can quickly infect an entire department (or sometimes a whole company) if you don't rein it in quickly. The ugly result: A workplace that's rife with backstabbing, gossiping and rebellious employees. Cal Butera, the editor of Business Management Daily's Office Manager Today, Manager's Legal Bulletin, Managing People at Work and Communication Briefings newsletters, provides the top 10 tips for confronting employees whose negative behavior has begun to affect co-workers and the company. Read More

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