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Hiring? 29 must-ask interview questions
October 18, 2015
These days, you have a great opportunity to snag some excellent workers who are on the market. But how can you pick up the best workers (who make you look good) while steering clear of the ones who bomb out within the first year (and make you look bad)? You can improve your hiring odds dramatically with a proven list of interview questions that help you zero in on the "must hires" and steer clear of the rest. Read More

How to write an employee handbook a jury will love!
October 19, 2015
Sure, you want your employee handbook to communicate your policies and procedures to your employees. But it must do one more thing that most HR professionals forget. Your handbook must stand up in court and protect your company from a five-, six- or seven-figure jury award. Now yours will! Read More

HR memos to managers: 9 key things your supervisors must know
October 20, 2015
How much do your supervisors know about human resources? Can you trust them to handle tricky situations like workplace discrimination and performance reviews? Do they shy away from confrontation? Mishandle conflicts? Let personal feelings toward co-workers get in the way of supervising them? What about you? Are you confident that you could calm an angry employee? Conduct a job interview without asking off-limits questions? Discipline your troubled employees fairly? Read More

Back to the Future! What are the odds of seeing these future HR headlines?
October 21, 2015
When Marty McFly does his time-travel thing in the 1985 movie Back to the Future II, he lands on the way-off date of October 21, 2015. In honor of what's being dubbed Back to the Future Day, today's Soapbox takes a peek into the future of HR and, more specifically, what our Wingtipped Overlords will be doing in the halls of Congress and the federal agencies over the coming months and years. One of the big headlines in McFly's 2015 future was that the Chicago Cubs won the World Series that year. (UPDATE: They came close this October, but it didn't happen.) Here we tackle a handful of fictional headlines that promise change, chaos and outright comedy in the HR world in 2016 and beyond. We give a bit of outlook and firm, take-it-to-the-bank numerical odds of these headlines ever seeing the light of day ... Read More

3 types of underperformers who taint your workplace
October 22, 2015
These are people you hired, and people have a propensity to sell you a bill of goods during the interview. They yakked a good game and told you about their initiatives, their drives, goals, strengths (and weaknesses that are really super-strengths), and of course, that little extra something they can do for your organization. But in time you see some of those workers are falling a bit short. They've grown listless. All is not lost, however. The underperformers really come in only three varieties, and most of them can be repaired, but more easily, prevented from becoming one in the first place. Your three slugs: Read More

Irregular schedules become worker flashpoint
October 23, 2015
As the labor market tightens and employees become just a bit bolder, employers are facing backlash over the way they schedule workers. One particular practice---dubbed "clopening"---is under attack. The term refers to the practice of closing out a retail location (a restaurant or store, for example) at night, only to return a few hours later to open for business the next day. Employees hate it, and they are voicing their displeasure. Read More

Which Office is going to get it done?
October 24, 2015
Many organizations struggle with this Online versus Desktop choice. For most information workers, Office Online by itself isn't a complete enough toolset. However, as a companion to Desktop Office, it's a fast way to get most things done. The toolset is compact and coupled with OneDrive or SharePoint, presents a collaborative experience with the ability to co-author live and nearly in real-time. For some people, Office Online is all the Office they need. Here is a brief summary of how they compare and some limitations. Read More

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