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October 11, 2015
Chronic negativity frequently starts with only one or two employees, but it can quickly infect an entire department. When this happens, the inevitable result is reduced productivity, damaged morale and eventually increased turnover, so wise managers try to nip negativity in the bud. Banishing workplace negativity increases productivity, decreases turnover and boosts morale. Imagine how that will make you look as a manager. Read More

Where do you go when you need help at work?
October 12, 2015
As an office manager, you do it all. Management, HR, office tech, administration, communications and so much more. You're the go-to person in the office. The one person the place can't function without. Everyone -- the boss, supervisors, assistants -- comes to you for help. And that's great ... but where can you go when YOU need something? Read More

What to say when...10 phrases every manager needs to know
October 13, 2015
Disciplining employees requires a delicate balancing act. Push too hard and you alienate people. Tiptoe around the core issue and you confuse people. Effective managers communicate concern, redirect unruly behavior and confront wrongdoing while maintaining a respectful tone. They leave no room for misunderstanding or misinterpretation. Read More

Connect with younger co-workers
October 14, 2015
If you are surrounded by co-workers who are half your age, it can feel isolating. After all, they have grown up in a different world than you, and they have different priorities. That doesn't mean that you can't develop effective work relationships with them. Follow this advice: Read More

Careful with those words in job ads
October 15, 2015
Writing a job ad is easy. Just reach for the jargon, grab a buzzword or two and craft a handful of sentences that says you're a remarkable company seeking an even more remarkable employee. But before you run it by a like-minded peer, through your trusty spell-checker and out into cyberspace, take a second look at your words to see the "code" a job-seeker may be sensing. Here are some innocent-sounding blurbs that were pulled from some actual job ads: Read More

6 tips for learning to delegate
October 16, 2015
Delegating is a vital leadership skill, but many people find it hard to do. These six tips can help you delegate more effectively and confidently. Read More

'Employer' and 'employment': Definitions changing, problems brewing
October 17, 2015
Federal agencies---under the guise of expanding the definitions of employer and employment---are looking to hit a trifecta against independent contractors, franchisors, parent companies and similar entities. Three agencies in particular seem to think it's a good bet. Read More

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