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Employee behavior is hard to measure and even harder to keep track of. Nevertheless, every manager has a recurring opportunity to give feedback to employees and improve their workplace behavior. In this blog, we will discuss some of the best practices to document employee behavior, how to provide effective feedback during quarterly evaluations, and more.
Feedback is essential to the productivity of any office, no matter the size of the team. Providing your employees with a sense of how they are doing on their ongoing projects can help them continuously improve their work and skills. But giving negative feedback is not easy. Let's dive into the importance of feedback in the workplace and how you can constructively provide it to improve any employee behavior issues and promote satisfactory work efforts.
Now is the perfect time of the year to start updating your employee handbook! But why? That's one of the top questions that we hear all the time, aside from "do small businesses need an employee handbook?" Business owners might be hesitant to update their handbooks once more because they don't see the value in annual updates.
As a small business owner, you know how valuable your time. You've got a to-do list that's a mile long, but your priorities can get bumped down the list when your workforce isn't operating cohesively. If you're constantly answering employee questions or putting out small fires across your company, your business could greatly benefit from a custom employee handbook for small businesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has raged across the world for well over a year now. As vaccines become more widely available and social distancing restrictions are slowly lifting, a distant end to the pandemic is in sight. This has led many business owners to wonder how to safely return to the office. Can employers require vaccines? How can you give your workforce absolute peace of mind while at work? We're here to share expert guidance to help you return to work after the COVID-19 pandemic.
I've never been much of a golfer. I remember my dad telling me he wished he had played more. So today when I drove past a mini-golf course on the way to pick up my son, I decided to surprise him with a quick 18 holes.
I’ve never been much of a golfer. I remember my dad telling me he wished he had played more golf. So a few years ago when I drove past a mini-golf course on the way to pick up him from summer camp, I decided I was going to surprise my son with a quick 18 holes.