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Solutions for the 8 main management headaches
May 22, 2016
No one said it would be easy, but does managing have to be so darned hard? Employee performance issues, discipline problems, workplace conflicts, time management challenges—you have to cope with them all. Not to mention finding and keeping good people, which could be a full-time job in itself. And on those rare, wonderful days when you have everything under control, a crisis flares up. Suddenly you're holding a fire extinguisher instead of doing what you planned. Which means falling behind yet again. If only there were one resource for help with your everyday management issues. A resource with no lofty theories … no buzzwords … just practical advice that helps you get the job done while staying out of legal trouble. Now that resource is here … Read More

How to talk and look like a leader
May 23, 2016
What separates a rookie from a pro? Rookies learn by trial and error. Pros have an actionable plan about what to say and how to act. Whether you've been in a leadership role for a while … are new to it … or have it as one of your career goals, you know that one of the biggest challenges all leaders face is to be taken seriously. Read More

The top 5 never-fail, infallible interview questions
May 24, 2016
Hiring is your most important duty to the organization. Think of it this way: If a new employee is better than half of your existing staff, your organization just got better. If not, it just got worse. If you have lots of "C players" on staff, it means your system is designed to hire C players. During this June 6 training webinar, tap into the wisdom of Mel Kleiman, the leading authority on recruiting, selection and retention (and an engaging and fun speaker). Don't hire another employee until you know what you're doing wrong … and how to do it right! Read More

10 HR mistakes your employee's lawyer will try to exploit
May 25, 2016
If you're ever hauled into court to testify in a lawsuit against your organization, what you say, and how you say it, can sink your defense—or help you win. Don't forget: More than your credibility may be on trial; you could be held personally liable for some discriminatory acts. The good news: You can ward off an opposing attorney's attempts to discredit you. But first you must know the weak points your employee's lawyer will seek to exploit. Here are the 10 weaknesses you must be prepared to defend … Read More

4 tips for responding to employee rants and raves
May 26, 2016
Disciplinary and termination meetings are emotionally charged events that carry the potential for nasty words, hurt feelings and even legal troubles. Be prepared for employees who "let it all out" in long, loud rants, complete with screaming, insults and threats. Follow these four do's and don'ts to defuse rants and avoid lawsuits … Read More

4 strategies for making virtual meetings effective
May 27, 2016
Virtual meetings are a great way to save time and connect people in different locations so they can work on projects and update each other. But running a successful virtual meeting takes just as much preparation as a real-world meeting. We've all been on a conference call where someone hasn't pressed mute when they should have, but it takes more than solving those basic problems to make a virtual meeting a success. Here are some strategies … Read More

Interview questions: What's legal, what's not?
May 28, 2016
Conducting job interviews is one of the most legally dangerous tasks performed by managers. One misguided question could cause an applicant to think he or she was rejected due to one of the federally protected categories (race, gender, disability, age, national origin, religion or pregnancy status). That's why every question should relate to this central theme: "How are you qualified to perform the job you are applying for?" Take this hiring quiz to see if you know which questions are legal and which are not … Read More

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