Firing an employee is never an easy task, however there are certain mistakes you can make which can land your company in hot water. Read the list below of 13 of the most common mistakes managers make when terminating an employee. Continue reading
It can not be stressed enough how important it is to have thorough documentation in an employee’s file, especially prior to an involuntary termination. You may have heard before, “If it isn’t in writing, it didn’t happen” and this is often true when it comes to lawsuits for alleged discrimination, wrongful termination, etc.
The problem is, a lot of managers don’t know how to document, or even worse – what to document.
All managers know that keeping employees engaged results in an increase in productivity, motivation, and retention, all of which affect the bottom line of the business. But unfortunately managing people can be very difficult. Employees are human, after all, and each have a unique set of personality traits and needs. So how can you increase the level of engagement and also the morale of your employees? Below are some helpful tips for managers to follow.