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What Is the Appropriate Discipline for Disrespectful Behavior – Ask #HR Bartender

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But today’s reader note goes into an area that we haven’t spent much time talking about – progressive discipline. . I received a suspension for ripping company policy papers in half in front of my supervisor. He didn’t give it to me, but instead read me the policy.

Three Ways Metrics Can Help Avoid Common Compliance Mistakes

Cornerstone On Demand

No company wants to end up in the headlines for a code of conduct violation, or for not updating its policies based on the latest legislation. The problem, reports Harvard Business Review , is that compliance training is not enough.

HR Department Best Set up Guide for Startups (2019)

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The startup wave in the world has picked up over the last decade and is defining the Financial precedence. ‘We We have a Million Problems, but at the same time we have over a billion minds’ – Narendra Modi, PM, India. Download sample HR Policy template.

Reducing Risk Hiring Startup Employees

Spark Hire

Running a business will always include a fair amount of risk. Entrepreneurship itself combines the risk-taking ability of an individual with factors of production to generate profits. The answer to this question should pretty much sum up the reference.

The Advantages of Using Cloud Based HR Software for your Business

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In the past, human resource departments were probably characterized by stacks of dusty folders where human resource policies, employee reviews, codes of conduct, and other strategic documents were stored. Trying to find and make use of some of those documents was an exercise in and of itself. Simply put, digital HR is the process of transforming human resources processes and services with the use of digital technologies.

Google's Awkward Week Offers a Teachable Moment to Us All

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The story that broke this past weekend about an internal document authored by a Google employee calling the company’s culture (specifically, its approach to diversity and inclusion) into question, doesn’t seem to be going away. That says a lot in a news cycle that includes worrisome talk of ballistic missiles, military strikes on U.S. The mess at Google isn’t the first of its type, and it won’t be the last. What’s crossing the line?