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Employee Handbook - A Tool You Shouldn't Be Without
Authored By: HR Performance on 3/17/2016

Employee handbooks serve many purposes in an organization.  They can be considered tools for risk management, communication of expectations, and a guidebook of general rules for the workplace. 

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Did You Know . . . About Our Compease Bridge?
Authored By: HR Performance on 2/25/2016

Keeping your salary administration software up-to-date and aligned with your payroll system doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming! Compease has a built-in Data Bridge Tool that makes systems’ communication a breeze. HRN Performance Solutions offers a total of four options to help with this data upkeep:

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Measuring the Effect of Training
Authored By: Emily Sternberg on 2/3/2016

How effective are your training programs? Do they result in greater productivity, fewer accidents, less expense, lower turnover, increased employee satisfaction or greater customer retention?  Do they change people’s attitudes? Do they lower your risk of lawsuits?

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Train Now or Be Sorry Later!
Authored By: HR Performance on 11/5/2014

Can a one-armed security guard be effective?  A jury recently found for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) who sued an employer for unlawfully discriminating against a licensed security guard who lost his right arm in a car accident.  The employee, Alberto Tarud-Saieh, was removed from his post because of a customer complaint about his disability. 

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Setting Expectations for Success
Authored By: HR Performance on 7/24/2014

Have you ever tried to put a 500-piece puzzle together using only 386 pieces?  That is what it can feel like to an employee who has not be given straightforward expectations to accomplish their goals.  An important part of performance management is to set clear expectations for employees so there is no question as to how their work should get done.

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