Policies and Procedures
Glossary definition of manager, what it is and how manager relates to other management jobs
Fraternization (or Non-Fraternization) Policy for Office Romances
Office romance is fairly common these days as the office is where we spend so much of our time. Handled well it can lead to a relationship. Handled badly it can lead to a lawsuit for harrassment. Here's what you need to know and do.
Military Leave Policy Requirements
The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)stipulates specific responsibilities of US employers with regard to their employees who are called up for military service. Here's what you need to know, before, during, and after a call-up to make sure your military leave policy is compliant.
New Employee Training
Is New Employee Training Worth The Investment? Here's what you need to know to justify an program to train new employees and to set up the necessary procedures.
A look at Non-disclosure Agreements to protect your Intellectual Property.
What's your Policy About Monitoring Your Employees
Active monitoring of employees has risen sharply. Learn why employers have increase their monitoring and how to develop a monitoring policy for your company that works.
Relax Your Office Dress Code?
You need a written dress code, regardless of how casual or formal. Before you decide to create or change your dress code, consider these issues.
You Have To Have An Email Policy
Why you need an email policy and how to create one.
Retail Management Tip for Today
Retail Management Tip R1, It's the Customer, Stupid
The Top 10 Performance Appraisal Blunders a Manager can Make
A cynical look at some of the common performance appraisal mistakes managers make.
Guidelines for Reorganizing your Department or Company
Reorganizations, if not carefully planned out, can result in unnecessary anxiety, cynicism, and chaos. These guidelines can help ensure that your objectives are achieved and help minimize the disruption.