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Dealing with Chronic Absenteeism in Your Workplace

Operating a workforce of any size can come with a wide array of challenges, with one of these being scheduling and punctuality. Tardiness or absenteeism, if not curbed, can become a far too often occurrence. It can go from once in a while to weekly or monthly in the blink of an eye. Although, there are methods to help resolve chronic absenteeism. Handling Chronic[...]

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5 Tips for Dealing with a Disgruntled Employee

When it comes to operating a company, employees are the most valuable asset. Employees are what keep a company productive, operating smoothly, and being financially positive. This is why it is important to keep employees in a positive and happy state of mind. Of course, there are times where an employee becomes disgruntled. This can be difficult to deal with. Fortuna[...]

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Creating a Fun Company Culture

Work is not always the most exciting aspect of life, but it is a necessary one. There are many people who love their job and it may not be boring or hard. But for many, some days can be difficult to get through. Creating a fun company culture can have a positive impact on your employees. There are numerous factors involved when it comes to workplace happiness and[...]

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Abusive Supervisor? Time to Document Them Out!

So much is at stake when a supervisor over exerts their authority and is abusive to employees.  Some jurisdictions such as California have employment laws that prohibit abuse, including harassment and bullying.  When a claim is brought forth, be prepared to pay several thousands (or millions) to defend and likely settle the claim.  It takes only one ab[...]

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Why Should I Invest in a Human Resources Department?

As a small to mid-size business, why should I invest in a human resources (HR) department?  Well, I argue this question by expressing the same reason why I need an Accountant.  It is all about being PROACTIVE and not REACTIVE! The likelihood of my advisory firm going under an IRS audit is unlikely.  However, when (not should) that day come, I want to en[...]