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  Five Tips for Selecting an HR Consultant
by Mary G. White - Jul, 2011
Are you thinking about enlisting the services of an HR consultant? Whether you need professional assistance creating an employee manual, if you are seeking guidance regarding how to handle the difficult employee issues that arise from time to time or if you are in need of some other type of employee relations assistance, it’s important to choose a skilled professional with the expertise and knowledge necessary to provide you w...
 
  Planning to Take the PHR or SPHR? Three Exam Preparation Tips
by Mary G. White - Jul, 2011
Getting prepared to take the PHR or SPHR certification exam can certainly seem like an overwhelming task to tackle. However, if you have the combination of education and experience requirements necessary to sit for the exam of your choice and you are willing to devote a significant amount of time to studying and honing your test preparation skills, earning a PHR or SPHR credential is certainly not impossible. Here are a few ti...
 
  Updating Your Employee Handbook? Four Reasons to Hire an HR Consultant
by Mary G. White - Jul, 2011
Is it time to update your employee handbook or manual? Are you wondering if you should handle the task internally or hire a human resource management consultant to work with you on the project? While the matter of how much help you might need is a function of how much time and expertise that you have within your organization, it’s a fact that working with an outside consultant to some extent is something that can benefit virtu...
 
  Professional Development Tips for Career Advancement
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2010
Do you want to enjoy maximum career success and job satisfaction? If so, it's up to you to take advantage of opportunities to engage in professional development activities. This may involve seeking professional certification in your field, becoming active in a relevant professional organization, enrolling in professional development training classes, and seeking out opportunities to take on additional responsibilities at work....
 
  Promoting New Managers? Tell Them What to Expect
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2010
As an HR professional, you are often directly responsible for selecting employees to move into management positions. Even when you don't make the decision yourself, it's likely that you are involved in the selection process. You can help your company and your employees by taking steps to be certain that the people that you choose for promotion into supervisory positions have a clear vision of exactly what they're getting into...
 
  Is Supervisory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Necessary?
by Mary G. White - Jul, 2009
Are you wondering if it's really important to provide sexual harassment prevention training to your company's managers? A better question to ask yourself is if your organization can afford the potential cost of failing to provide this type of training. Sexual harassment in the workplace takes many forms and is not always obvious, particularly to those who are not properly trained on this type of harassment prevention. 4 To...
 
  Understanding the Foundations of Supervision
by Mary G. White - Jun, 2009
It's impossible to underestimate just how important it is for managers to have a solid understanding of the nature of management. Whether you've been working as a supervisor for a while or if you're relatively new to having managerial responsibilities, it's essential to step back and look at what the foundations of supervision really are. Functions of Management There is a big difference between working as a line level em...
 
  3 Employee Training Tips for Managers
by Mary G. White - Apr, 2009
When you became a manager, there's a good chance that you didn't realize that providing employee training would become a major portion of your job. However, it's a fact that teaching is an essential function of every managerial job. When you're in charge of managing and motivating other workers – no matter how small or large your team may be – training is something that you're going to have to do on a regular basis. Provid...
 
  Position Yourself for Success: 4 Tips to
by Mary G. White - Apr, 2009
Regardless of the current state of the economy, it's up to each of us to position ourselves for success. No matter what is going on in the world around us, each of us has to take steps to make sure that we are prepared to succeed – for now, and into the future. While we may not be able to control what is going on in the world around us, it is a fact that we are responsible for making sure that we are prepared to deal with what...
 
  3 Employee Training Tips for Managers
by Mary G. White - Mar, 2009
When you became a manager, there's a good chance that you didn't realize that providing employee training would become a major portion of your job. However, it's a fact that teaching is an essential function of every managerial job. When you're in charge of managing and motivating other workers – no matter how small or large your team may be – training is something that you're going to have to do on a regular basis. Provid...
 
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