Are You Tracking These Common Employee Relations Issues?

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If you own a business or are a HR manager, maintaining unified employee relations is integral to your company’s success. Though you may constantly try to have a finger on the pulse of your company, you know that a plethora of unexpected problems can pop up on a dime. While this is inevitable, the key to dealing with common employee relations issues is having a plan and multiple supports in place so that when issues do arise, they can be addressed swiftly and effectively.

Asking Employees for Reimbursement After They’ve Departed – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Today’s reader note is about a company that’s doing something really nice for employees and ends up with a huge dilemma on their hands. Our company takes all employees (along with their family, significant other, friend, etc.) to Disney for the weekend.

WIRTW #365 (the “en français” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

One of the curricular pieces I love about my kids’ school is that they start foreign language in kindergarten. When we attending Norah’s first parent/teacher conference when she was in kindergarten, I remember her French teacher telling us all about the play that would cap their year.

WIRTW #472 (the “back to school” edition)

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via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog. Facebook shuts down anonymous in-house forum over harassment — via The Verge. Ebola, Trypanophobia, And Deafness: What Does The ADA Require? — Is It Time to Update Your Company’s Parental Leave Policy? — Think Again… — via The Emplawyerologist. Preventing Data Loss When Employees Leave — via Ride The Lightning. HR & Employee Relations. The Value of Having Fun at Work — via TLNT.

WIRTW #392 (the “miles and miles and miles” edition)

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Yesterday afternoon was the Fall Play-In at my daughter’s school. It’s essentially a music recital for the kids in grades K – 5 who take private music lessons. via Workplace Prof Blog Has The EEOC Found Another Easy Target? —

WIRTW #390 (the “cards against HR” edition) @cardsHR

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I made the mistake of playing with my mom, and let’s just say that I learned some things that a child should never know about his mother, no matter their respective ages. Hilarious things, but, all things being equal, the laughs weren’t worth the memory scars.