It’s just too easy to say the wrong thing and bring on a lawsuit these days—which is why HR pro Mindy Flanigan has put together some of her best advice, so you’ll have the right thing to say in any awkward HR situation.
Can an online recommendation on LinkedIn come back to haunt you and your company? If an employee swears from a company Twitter account, who is responsible? Answers to HR social media nightmares.
If an employee doesn’t like something you’re telling them, like, “You need to show up on time or you’re fired,” how easy is it really to cry, “You’re picking on me!” That’s how retaliation claims are born—and they’re easier to prove than you think.
How you conduct your 360, from how you gather information to who sees that information, can make or break the process. Insight from veteran expert Dale Rose based on research and 20 years of client experience.
How do critical changes in employment law affect corporate HR policy this year?
Led by acclaimed author and HR expert Hunter Lott, you'll gain ready-to-use management strategies for ending the tyranny of difficult employees.
What do you do when employees just don’t get along?
You could lay down the law and tell them to stop squabbling “or else.” But that’s like telling people to change their personalities. Not going to happen!
There’s more than one way to motivate an employee—and before you hand out a steak dinner or another award, check here to see if you’re incentives are creating lasting change—or sabotaging it.
Led by Hunter Lott, a noted human resources trainer, this webinar gives you all-new power to control negative gossip and negative people.
Did you know that the most successful communicators have never persuaded a single person in their lives? It's true. The key to their success: They've helped others persuade themselves!
The advice presented in this tip book offers the best ways to communicate with a variety of workplace personalities, including: change resisters, chronic complainers, irate customers, nitpickers, office dictators, procrastinators and many more.
This tip book provides powerful ideas for almost every aspect of workplace communication.
This entertaining and practical tip book provides 35 career-building "quizzes" that will help you become a valued peak performer at your organization.
The boss steals your idea. A top employee threatens to quit. A colleague blabs your secrets. These are just a few of the sticky workplace situations - and their solutions - that you'll discover in this special report.
This multimedia toolkit will help your female employees realize all-new power to advance their careers—and your organization’s success.
This comprehensive multimedia product is full of action-oriented tips that will teach managers and their staffs how to confront conflict instead of allowing it to fester.
When managers are uncomfortable, they will avoid handling delicate situations. Give your supervisors the training they need to feel more confident, and deal with the problems before they do more harm.
Are nitpicking and fault-finding common? Is “blame” the first reaction when things go wrong?
Adding new employees to your team can be a very positive experience. New hires are sources
of fresh ideas and often offer innovative approaches to how you work
This course covers techniques that will help you guide employees through change.
This course shows you how to deal with more behavior problems you may encounter in the workplace in a successful, tactful, and professional manner. The course also provides strategies for managing and changing someone’s behavior.
Imagine yourself as more efficient, helpful and productive. You'd know exactly where to begin, what questions to ask and how to get the job done right every time. Believe it or not, it is possible.
Workplace stress runs high all too often. Those of us who suffer from it know - it can be painful. The costs are emotional, physical and financial.
No matter what your role in the organization, communicating effectively is vital to getting things done and working productively with people.
Make everyone in your organization an effective communicator.
You can be successful at your job without working 60-hour weeks, straining your family life or going home every night feeling exhausted and frustrated. The key is to manage your time effectively.