Bonuses and the holiday season “tend” to go hand in hand. But what happens when….
Gee—Thanks! How Employees Really Feel about The Performance Management Process
If your employees are asking, “What have you done for me lately”, it may be time to look at your company-sponsored benefits and determine a strategy to communicate to…..
“But I didn’t know!!” That reason won’t suffice. Small businesses are more likely to unknowingly violate HR federal laws
How to Fire an Employee, Legally – We’ve all either seen it done, heard about it being done, or had it done to us. Firing an employee isn’t the most comfortable thing to do, but is necessary on occasion
Know anyone who always seems to get “sick” on the weekend bookends? Friday/Monday call outs? What about around holidays throughout the year?
You MIGHT be surprised how the courts feel about dreadlocks and transgender identities in AND out of the workplace.
The EEOC and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 are pretty clear about what company dress code policies
Liquid Courage – Alcohol Awareness Month: Identifying the signs of alcohol abuse in the workplace
Employees come and go. And part of that process often involves checking or providing references for future, current or former employees. What you say, or don’t say, could leave an employee asking, “What did you say about me?” This very simple question is the underlying reason why businesses need to have an employment reference policy.…