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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
October 4, 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

Exempt or non-exempt: How to make the call and avoid overtime lawsuits
October 5, 2015
So how are you handling the recent bomb dropped by the Department of Labor, which revised overtime regulations in a more dramatic way than ever seen before? The new regs take effect in 2016, and one thing is certain: Your employees have never been given more cause to double-check their job descriptions and pay rates in search of lawsuit fodder. If you understand the law, you can achieve big payroll savings. But as many as 40% of employers are misclassifying workers. Are you? Read More

How to be assertive and get what you want at work
October 6, 2015
In today's new normal, we juggle multiple projects, deadlines and personalities with constant interruptions, changing priorities and fewer resources. The most recent research reflects the difficulty many face in negotiating limits on their workload, especially when the request is unreasonable or impossible. Others have difficulties giving feedback without creating discord in their working relationships. Never before has assertive, effective communication been more necessary to not only survive, but to catapult your career and credibility. Read More

6 huge mistakes rookie bosses make
October 7, 2015
We all make mistakes. From the CEO down to the worker bees. Most errors can be fixed and almost all forgiven. But as a new manager, there are six major mistakes that can quickly define you as an ineffective leader. Fix these six pronto---or better yet, avoid them altogether---or your stint as a boss will be short, or torturous until you're replaced: Read More

Do you know the basics of employment law?
October 8, 2015
Lawsuits and legal complaints have been exploding nationwide over the past decade. It's important for managers to do their part to prevent legal disputes by knowing the basics of employment law. How well do you know the law? Take this quiz with Editorial Director Pat DiDomenico to find out. Read More

Got analysis paralysis?
October 9, 2015
Your ability to make sound business decisions swiftly---even when they involve ambiguity and risk---is a major factor in your ability to guide and manage a successful team. Here are some simple hacks to help you make better decisions. Read More

Employees doing the minimum? How to fix it
October 10, 2015
Some employees seem to float along, going wherever the workflow takes them, making few decisions and expending little energy. Such ultra-low-key employees do what they're told, but they don't do much more. Maybe the minimum is all your department needs. But it's more likely that you need all your people to be as involved and productive as possible. And most coasters will be happier and do better work in jobs that inspire them to do their best. That's why it's worth pulling alongside drifting employees to discuss how to get more wind in their sails. Here's how to do it: Read More

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