Strategic HR and the PEOple Cycle: Part III of III Whitney Bower, Lauren Kersten, and Liz Warren Welcome to the final part of our series Strategic HR and the PEOple Cycle. Parts I and II focused on recruiting and onboarding, managing, coaching, and disciplining. Here, in our final part of this series, we will focus … Continued
Managing Your Unemployment Costs Often times business owners think unemployment costs just drain their bottom line and that there is nothing they can do to change it. But the fact is, strong proactive HR systems can truly help keep costs minimal. Simply stated, the amount of successful unemployment claims made against a company’s account determines … Continued
Managerial courage is tactfully dispensing direct and actionable feedback. It is being open and direct with others without being intimidating. When you have managerial courage, you deal with people, problems, and situations head-on.
Creating and maintaining a harassment-free workplace is not just a legal priority but is also essential for a healthy workplace. There has been a lot of focus on sexual harassment in the media recently, however, there are broader underlying issues to address as well, such as gender equality and creating an overall culture of inclusion.
ESC will be hosting a breakfast seminar for clients on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at Milo’s Restaurant. This is one of our most requested client seminars, focusing on entry-level coaching and progressive discipline. If you are a new manager, team leader, first level manager, or a seasoned manager looking for a refresher, you won’t want to miss this.