Disciplining an employee isn’t limited to the traditional three choices: verbal warning, written warning, and firing. When you must deal with a difficult employee, you need to give yourself the flexibility of these six choices:
Although certain testing is allowed, you should impose numerous restrictions on what is permissible. Here’s a look at what you can and cannot do.
This figure comes from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, based on a survey of nearly 400 U.S. companies of various sizes, industries and geographic locations.
The main way companies are seeking to curb health care costs is by moving workers into high-deductible health plans, according to the survey by the National Business Group on Health. Nearly a third are offering such plans as the only option to their workers in 2015, the survey found.