Dealing with difficult employees

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The most important thing in dealing with diffcult employees is to keep all emotions in check and treat all employees the same. Do not yell at the employee or behave rudely, or talk about the employee to others. Separate his … Continued

Should my company have an email policy?

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As a business owner, you will decide from the get-go how formal you expect your employees’ correspondence with email to be and set that policy in writing. Many employees forget that business email should be limited to business correspondence. Forwarding … Continued

Should my company have an email policy?

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As a business owner, you will have to decide from the get-go on how formal you expect your employees’ correspondence with email to be and set that policy in writing. Many employees forget that business email communication demonstrates how professional … Continued

Should my company do exit interviews?

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As your company grows, you may be trying to decide whether to conduct exit interviews to determine why an employee resigned from a position at your business. An employee exit interview isn’t necessarily an attempt to change the person’s mind. … Continued

Should my company have job descriptions?

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Job descriptions are a critical component of hiring and managing a business’ employees so everyone understands their daily tasks, job responsibilities, expectations and how they will be evaluated. They’re also a key factor in finding qualified talent when recruiting for … Continued

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