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7 Topics Everyone should Avoid at Work: The Week in Review

The new overtime rules: How to comply, how to prepare
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7 topics everyone should avoid at work
October 25. 2015
Managers often feel powerless to counteract the damage caused by disparaging comments and persistent negativity, believing that "you can't change human nature." But tolerating these harmful behaviors is definitely NOT the best solution. Read More

DOL's new rules: How to classify and comply
October 26, 2015
President Obama has proposed the biggest overhaul of overtime law in U.S. history. This includes a DOUBLING of the salary threshold, making managers eligible for overtime pay if their salary falls below $50,440 per year ($970 per week). This will make millions more employees eligible for overtime---and force new costs, confusion and decisions onto you! Don't get caught in the DOL's regulation changes and growing enforcement net! Read More

Thanks for the feedback: How to give it (and take it) the right way — every time
October 26, 2015
As a professional, you can certainly give feedback. But the question is: Can you take it? Learning how to respond to the spoken or unspoken feedback you receive is a science and an art. And, how well you receive feedback impacts how well you give it. Read More

The 5 most dangerous legal mistakes HR makes
October 27, 2015
If you work in human resources, you carry a lot of responsibilities on your shoulders. But one small, simple misstep by HR or supervisors could cost your company hundreds, thousands or even millions of dollars. So what are the biggest HR legal risks to be aware of? Here are our top 5: Read More

Trick or treat: IRS releases 2016 tax rates and brackets
October 28, 2015
The IRS released everything you wanted to know about 2016 taxes but were afraid to ask. Here's the roundup on personal exemptions, standard deductions and the earned income tax credit. Read More

Prepare for more whistle-blower retaliation complaints
October 29, 2015
This April, OSHA issued a memo emphasizing that it only needs "reasonable cause" to find merit in a retaliation complaint and that it does not have to determine that a violation, in fact, occurred. The memo also states that OSHA does not have to resolve all possible conflicts in the evidence or make credibility determinations; it only has to determine that a reasonable judge could believe that a violation occurred. OSHA and certain courts are broadening their view of what constitutes "protected activity" under the various whistle-blower protection statutes. Read More

What's in your well? — A successful conflict resolution story
October 30, 2015
Whatever your belief system, you can sometimes find useful stories in the bible. Here's one on creating lasting conflict resolution. In the Book of Genesis (Chap. 21), Abraham and the Israelites settle in land occupied by the Philistines. After seeing Abraham's wife Sarah, Abimelech, King of the Philistines, has her abducted for his harem. Before King Abimelech can satisfy his desires, God intervenes. The king releases Sarah and thereafter, the Israelites and the Philistines experience what we'd call a "cold peace." Read More

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  • The specific signs that your office has a problem with negative chatter
  • How managers may inadvertently encourage negative behaviors
  • The best way to deal with tattletales, drama queens, whiners, and bullies
  • How you can make gossip and the grapevine work in your favor
  • 6 rules for dealing with the problem of negative talkers
  • When the rumor mill will always heat up and what to do about it
  • The 7 topics that everyone should avoid at the office
  • The importance of management communication during high-change periods
  • How to stop discussing "attitude" and start focusing on behavior
  • The power of high expectations, sincere praise, and clear consequences
  • A simple roadmap for conducting an effective two-way coaching discussion
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  • What to do when coaching doesn't work
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