Not every new company policy will be a hit with employees. But you can turn that around. Communication and setting expectations are primary keys to success.
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Flexible work brings opportunities to both the business and employee. There are many ways to design flexible workspace. Here’s one example using Home, Roam, Hub and Club.
Employees can be good at testing the limits of systems. After all, they use them daily. Businesses should keep that in mind when developing and testing system limits.
An HR Bartender reader asks about the appropriate discipline for disrespectful behavior. Attorney Kate Bischoff shares her tips and expertise on progressive discipline.
Distractions in the workplace hurt productivity. The 2018 Workplace Distraction Report from Udemy shows what businesses can do to resolve distraction issues.
Bias is common in the workplace. We have to understand that before we can address it. Through training, teams can learn how to break biases and hold each other accountable.
One of the worst things companies can do is ask for employee feedback then ignore it. Readex CEO Jack Semler shares his expertise on the right thing to do with employee feedback.