28 Oct

Top 10 Employee Handbook Mistakes

Employee handbooks can do more harm than good. Policies that are too specific and rigid can potentially limit an employer’s flexibility when dealing with real issues. Policies that are too general make it difficult for employers to hold... Read More | Share it now!

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27 Oct

6 Tips for Dealing With Age Discrimination

6 Tips for Dealing With Age Discrimination Emily Brandon   An increasing number of laid-off employees are claiming that they were unfairly dismissed because of age. In 2008, workers filed 24,582 complaints of age bias with the Equal... Read More | Share it now!

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27 Oct

Five Ways to Connect With Your Employees and Keep Them Accountable

With that being said, the disconnect between a boss and his employees can cause problems at any small business and affect the overall efficiency of that business. If employees are fostering a feeling of discontent or even resentment toward... Read More | Share it now!

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27 Oct

Workplace Violence Prevention: That Couldn’t Happen Here?

The industries involved range from academia to office environments, from government offices, to manufacturing settings. The locations vary from Connecticut to Texas; from Albuquerque to Baltimore. Perpetrators and victims alike come from all... Read More | Share it now!

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27 Oct

Top Ten Questions About Customer Service and Business

Question 1: Is it true that the client is always right? Answer: Yes. The customer is always right. The customer’s perception is reality. Question 2: If the client is always right, does it mean the service provider is always wrong, even if they... Read More | Share it now!

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