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Solutions for the 8 main management headaches: The Week in Review

The Manager's Handbook: 104 solutions to your everyday workplace challenges
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Note to Readers: Business Management Daily is committed to bringing you daily news and advice on the issues that affect your field the most. But, since we know you don't always have time to check up on the trends daily, we've created this weekly roundup of the week's most popular articles, events, advice and products. Enjoy!

Solutions for the 8 main management headaches
July 5, 2015
No one said it would 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. Read More

Mind reading for managers: 5 conversations that increase productivity
July 6, 2015
The entire manager/employee relationship is based on one thing: communication. Yet most managers don't talk to their staff enough ... don't know what to talk about ... or don't know how to have the necessary conversations to motivate and improve performance. Learn how to "read your employees' minds" using the 5 FOCUSed Conversation Framework and get a list of conversation-starters to facilitate each conversation. Read More

Bargaining with the Devil
July 7, 2015
From Congress and global diplomacy to the sports world, negotiation has been in the news of late. The issues are vastly different, but these negotiations have one thing in common: The parties view each other with distrust and sometimes dislike. How do you "bargain with the devil"? Robert Mnookin knows how ... and this Harvard Law professor, international negotiating expert and bestselling author will now share his secrets for how you can successfully negotiate with people you don't trust -- or even like. Read More

Go forth and motivate
July 8, 2015
Regardless of how much your employees may take pride in your company's mission, the facts are the facts: Employees show up to the office because there's a sense of security involved---their salaries, their long-term career potential, and benefits like health care, retirement, and possibly, a bonus. But just as you need more than the dangling of a paycheck to approach your work with focus and enthusiasm, so do your employees. Here are a few simple reasons to put an employee recognition program into practice---and how to do it. Read More

An investigation is inevitable: Now what?
July 9, 2015
Recently, readers wrote in to attorney Joseph L. Beachboard of the law firm of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., about what to do when a workplace investigation is a sure thing. Here's how he responded. Question: Two employees are in a dispute over stolen property in one of my office buildings. I don't think they can solve the issue on their own, so I am considering hiring an outside investigator to look into it. What qualifications should I look for in an investigator? Read More

Don't confuse coaching with feedback
July 10, 2015
I have learned that coaching means many things to many people. I often see a certain technique in practice that is referred to as "coaching" among managers, when really all that is happening in these instances is that counseling or feedback is being supplied. Read More

When a rage-quit scuffs your image
July 11, 2015
The day may come when an employee walks out that door and points to you as the reason he just couldn't take any more. If it happens, you can be sure of one thing---everyone on the staff will find out that he's blamed you for his exit. What can you do to get past that awkward time when you've been branded, rightly or wrongly, as a villain? Read More

Maternity Leave Laws helps employers comply with federal pregnancy discrimination law and state maternity leave laws. Find out when an employee is entitled to pregnancy disability leave with this new report from Business Management Daily, publisher of The HR Specialist and HR Specialist: Employment Law. Don't forget to look at our sample maternity leave policyso you don't end up facing a potential pregnancy discrimination case of your own!
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It's important to know what you must do—and what you can't do (or say)—under federal anti-discrimination and maternity leave laws. Plus, it's vital to double-check state maternity leave statutes, which may provide more liberal leave benefits.

While no federal law requires you to provide paid maternity leave, most employers must comply with the pregnancy discrimination law and FMLA maternity leave regulations. Here are 7 guidelines on how best to comply with maternity leave laws, plus a sample maternity leave policy you can adapt for your own organization. Get your FREE Report!
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