With the global spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), employers are scrambling to plan for the possible implications on the workplace. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Below are nine considerations for employers, for which each employer must determine what best fits its workforce and business. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has interim guidance for
Office romances happen, whether HR or management is aware or not. When they do, management and HR are often at a loss as to what to do. For starters, don’t bury your head in the sand. Here are 3 tips to deal with romance in the workplace. Happy Valentine’s Day
1. Have a sexual harassment…
Never fear. Some employees have no shame and will lie about anything–even a fake dying spouse.
As Newsweek reported last week, https://t.co/d9NpMTGiFS?amp=1, an executive at Ford Models allegedly made up a story about a dying husband in order to get released from her non-compete. She asked to go to Canada to care for her…
You’ve had an employee blow a deadline or miss the mark on a project or presentation. But you’re avoiding providing feedback.
Key Tips for Delivering Feedback:
- Prompt but not “in the moment”
- Constructive and with intention
- Treat it as a conversation
- Focus on details
- Don’t Over-explain or sugarcoat it
- Provide action items
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Check out my latest YouTube video on how to deliver bad news to employees:
You will learn tips about discipline, performance management, feedback.