Three Takeaways from the 2019 SHRM HR People and Strategy Conference
Last week, I was fortunate to attend the 2019 SHRM HR People and Strategy Conference near the beautiful beaches of Aventura, Florida. The conference brought together executive level HR Professionals for an invigorating three days of networking, idea sharing, and learning. The theme of the conference was all about being bold and courageous as leaders... Read more »
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Establishing Work Requirements and Individual Employee Accountability
Managers generally get good, solid performance from their employees when their expectations are clearly communicated and understood. In establishing credible workplace standards and expectations, managers should realistically take into account: 1) their employees’ skills, training, and experience; 2) the availability of resources such as adequate facilities, tools and equipment; and 3) how skilled direct supervisors... Read more »
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Dealing with Unexpected Events
Disturbing events that threaten workplace safety is a reminder to employers that advance preparation is key to minimize the impacts of workplace violence or related threats. These Employers Council blogs provide planning guidance: https://blog.employerscouncil.org/2018/02/05/trauma-and-healing/ https://blog.employerscouncil.org/2016/10/07/plan-for-emergencies/ https://blog.employerscouncil.org/2012/07/20/when-violence-impacts-the-workplace/ These resources may assist employees in crisis and workplace counseling resources: Arizona: http://mhaarizona.org/ Colorado: http://www.mentalhealthcolorado.org/ http://coloradocrisisservices.org/ Utah: http://namiut.org/ http://hope4utah.com/utah-mental-health-agencies/... Read more »
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