Getting Your Employee Handbook Right

As your business grows and you begin to bring on employees, it may now be time to officially put your company policies in print with the creation of an employee handbook. The employee handbook isn’t just feel-good fluff that gives your new human resources director...

Demystifying Right to Work and At-Will Employment

As a business owner, your focus is on building and managing a thriving company. You want to recruit great employees, develop strong products or services, and snag lots of lucrative customers. With all this on your plate, it’s easy to overlook the local, statewide, and...

Five Tips for Conducting a Great Job Interview

Every business leader knows that a company’s greatest asset is its employees. That’s why the job interview is so important. Job candidates might feel nervous about stepping into the interview room, but you have a lot on the line too! You’ve got to figure out if this...

Ways to Improve Health in the Office

It’s almost flu season again, which means your year-end goals could be in jeopardy. Work is one of the top places people contract germs that make them sick, and each year around this time, offices start to look like ground zero of a sniffling, sneezing, coughing, achy...

How to Nip Workplace Bullying in the Bud

Taunting. Teasing. Being singled out for one’s physical appearance and prevented from engaging with others in a meaningful way. This is bullying. Most of us imagine these things taking place on a playground, perhaps accompanied by one child pushing another or several...

New Study: How to Improve Employee and HR Communication

Giving an employee feedback on his or her performance is critical for helping that employee grow and feel like they’re making a real contribution. Despite understanding this critical part of employee management, Human Resource professionals sometimes forget that...