HR Support for HR Issues and Employment Contracts & PoliciesWhilst we find the challenge of managing people interesting and exciting, that’s not the case for many business owners. For many business owners what they actually feel is that dealing with the endless problems that employees can present is time-consuming and distracts them from actually moving the
We have all seen poor performance in the workplace and when it’s your responsibility to deal with it then it can be quite daunting. Managing poor performance is always a challenge and in this blog post we look at some ways to do this.
Performance appraisals tend to be something businesses either embrace, ignore or conduct in a fairly half-hearted manner because they know they should do them but don’t really want to. The businesses who either ignore or are half-hearted about performance appraisals tend to be those who haven’t seen any benefit arise from them. We thought it would be worth sharing with you some of the common issues with performance appraisals so that you can think about changes you could make to get the most out of the process.
There are very few businesses who don’t have that one difficult employee who just seems to be more trouble than they are worth. They take up a disproportionate amount of management time with their issues and grumbles, are a negative presence in the office, and obstruct rather than support change. This post looks at how you can deal with your problem child.
There are so many reasons why employment relationships need to be terminated. There are times when employees just do something wrong (or stupid!); there are times when the business needs to change and new skills are required; there are then times when it’s clear that there’s just no fit between the employee and employer. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the options open to you when you decide that things just aren’t working out.
HR Support – Fixing Your HR IssuesWhilst we find the challenge of managing people interesting and exciting, that’s not the case for many business owners. For many business owners what they actually feel is that dealing with the endless problems that employees can present is time-consuming and distracts them from actually moving the business forward. We
From the moment you hire your first employee, you know it’s just a matter of time before you are going to find yourself dealing with a difficult situation, be it dealing with poor performance, frequent short-term absence or a grievance with another employee or the company. Wouldn’t it be better to deal with the situation before it gets to the point where you need to reach for the policies?