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Managing the 7 most challenging employee types
July 26, 2015
From emotional drama queens to lazy slackers, all of these aggravating folks can be considered "Challenging Employees" -- people who consume an inordinate amount of your time and energy, but are not really bad enough to fire. Don't let a challenging employee infect your entire work group -- let workplace expert Marie McIntyre's 10-step "coaching road map" show you how to handle all those multiple personalities at work. Read More

How to keep your new hire from failing: 6 steps
July 27, 2015
The truth is, a "sink or swim" onboarding process doesn't work. Research shows that employees who are part of a structured onboarding program are 69% more likely to remain with the company after three years than those who are not. Yet most employers devote less time to planning their onboarding procedures than they do their holiday party ... a mistake that costs greatly in your bottom line and reputation. Read More

7 factors that automatically increase employee resistance
July 28, 2015
All changes, even positive ones, create a certain amount of discomfort, anxiety and stress. These unsettling emotions frequently cause people to resist and act in unproductive ways. For a change to be successful, the manager must know how to reduce resistance, encourage acceptance and move the group in the desired direction. Read More

Communicate a simple vision
July 29, 2015
Sarah Nahm, 29, is founder and CEO of Lever, an applicant-tracking software firm that helps companies reinvent their hiring process. Based in San Francisco, Lever is a startup with high-profile investors such as Marissa Mayer (Yahoo's CEO). Executive Leadership: Before launching Lever in 2012, you worked at Google. What was that like? Read More

Performance review nightmare: When the boss's facts are wrong
July 30, 2015
Miscommunication is part of life, but when someone at the office gets the facts wrong about you and your work, you want to set the record straight. Is there a way to do so without making the situation worse? That's what one reader asked recently on the Admin Pro Forum: "I recently had a performance review in which a couple of the things that were said about me were simply untrue. These comments took me completely by surprise, and I realize that in defending myself, I probably came off as whiny and was very ineffective..." Read More

4 tips for handling tough talks
July 31, 2015
No manager can escape it. Sooner or later you're going to have to summon an employee into your office to address a performance problem or to have some other unpleasant conversation. Talking to employees about performance problems, attendance issues or an upcoming layoff can be awkward and difficult, but there are steps you can take to make those types of conversations easier for you and your employees. Here are four tips to help you. Read More

'Kinetic' furniture: a long walk to nowhere?
August 1, 2015
In recent years, as employers have fought double-digit increases in health premiums while trying to squeeze maximum productivity out of their workers, a hot trend in office decor has given new meaning to the term "multitasking." So-called kinetic office furniture -- standing desks and treadmill desks -- lets workers burn calories while performing sedentary activities. Read More

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