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Multicolored wheel divided into 7 equal sections Recruitment, Training and Development, Benifits and Compensation, Communicating, Employee Relations, Recordkeeping, and Health safety and security with Legal compliance written on the outer edge and company strategy in the center employee relations is emphasized

Being Charged for Constructive Discharge

Question:  I just received a claim from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission indicating a charge for constructive discharge.  What does this mean?  The employee resigned, I’m not sure what I’m being charged with. Answer: According to the EEOC, Constructive Discharge is when an employee feels forced to resign because the employer (or those in the […]

Multicolored wheel divided into 7 equal sections Recruitment, Training and Development, Benifits and Compensation, Communicating, Employee Relations, Recordkeeping, and Health safety and security with Legal compliance written on the outer edge and company strategy in the center training and evelopment is emphasized

The Manager’s Role as a Coach

Question:  I’m a new manager and I do not understand my role as a coach.  Can you explain how coaching is effective? Answer: Effective coaching is about achieving goals. Coaching helps the employee set realistic goals and identify specific behaviors or steps for meeting them.  As a Manager, you should help to establish guidelines and […]

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