Tag Archives: Supervisor

If you pay them well YOU will be rewarded!

Ever heard of Gabor Varszegi? He is a former rock musician turned millionaire business man in Hungary. At a time when most of Eastern Europe was still emerging from the oppression of Communism, he was driving a Mercedes and working … Continue reading

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This Just In…DON’T POST IT!

Did you blink? If so, you might have missed the spanking the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) just took at the hands of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. The NLRB has been told to back off until further notice. … Continue reading

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It’s probably best to just stay out of your employees’ Facebook

The ink was barely dry on their first report when the National Labor Relations Board’s Acting General Counsel issued a second report just six months later. The hot topic? Social media and the workplace, of course. The NLRB issued the … Continue reading

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Effective training should keep employees engaged!

In my last posting I affirmed that managers and supervisors can — and will — become better bosses if given proper training. Since HR professionals are called upon to perform a variety of training sessions, this seems like as good … Continue reading

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Want to keep good employees? Management matters!

Have you noticed the wealth of television shows and movies that attempt to put the “fun” in “dysfunctional bossing” (“The Office”, “Nine to Five”, “Bad Bosses” . . .).  Clearly the market-savvy producers know a huge percentage of their viewers … Continue reading

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