Posted on January 23, 2018 by Jan Kantor
in Human Resources
, Management & Leadership Skills
, Reducing Turnover
with Comments Off on Welcoming new employees
In these days of high job turnover and the increasing preference for part-time work instead of full-time, managers are consistently faced with training new people. Many department heads think that if only they could get reliable, career-oriented employees they could quit having to focus on so much job orientation and actually get some work done.
What is easily forgotten is … Continue reading
Just like our relatives, we usually have no choice in the matter when it comes to choosing our co-workers. On the job you are thrown together daily with people you must work with. Of course being the considerate human being that you are, you want to get along well with all your co-workers.Just like our relatives, we usually have no … Continue reading
Most employees communicate with their bosses only when they have problems. While it is undoubtedly important to keep the lines of communication open in crisis situations, it is also necessary to communicate with your boss when things are going well. All too often, bosses are overwhelmed with their responsibilities and can lose sight of you in the shuffle. If you … Continue reading
Most managers don’t have any problem criticizing an employee’s performance. All too often, a manager storms into an employee’s office yelling criticisms. If you behave like this, you will get the point across that you’re dissatisfied, but you certainly won’t solve the problem.
As an effective manager, you need to learn how to positively criticize an employee’s job performance. This … Continue reading
Learning how to deal with problem employees is part of a manager’s job. With a little finesse and fortitude, you may be able to turn that problem employee into a cooperative, productive employee.
For example, if Sally questions you every time you give her an assignment, you need to know how to respond. All too often, managers resort to the … Continue reading