WEBINAR: Remote Work Policies and Considerations

Tuesday, July 12, 20228:30a – 9:30a$39.00

The workplace has changed dramatically and companies need to be prepared for the ripple effect of having remote workers. You need to create policies to address a variety of issues and understand how the remote workforce changes compliance requirements for you.

Understand the effect the pandemic has had on the workplace.Learn the differences between the myths and reality of remote workers.Review the various policy details you need to consider.Discover the HR compliance issues with remote workers. You will receive an email by July 11th with a link to join the webinar.

Presenter: C.J. Westrick, SPHR, HR Consultant and Founder of HR Jungle LLCC.J. has been involved in human resources management and consulting since 1990 and founded HR Jungle LLC in 2006. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management and has maintained her SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) national certification since 2002.

 [click to read more …]

Proximity Factor

I’m finding it harder to conduct performance reviews after first being remote and now with a hybrid work environment. It’s difficult to know what they’re doing when not in my presence.  [click to read more …]

Recency Factor

I’ve been conducting annual performance reviews for about five years but, overall, I don’t feel they are very effective. My managers add very few comments. How can we improve them?  [click to read more …]

Promoting From Within

I have a job opening for a manager and one of my employees asked to be considered. I don’t think he’s ready for it but how do I tell him that?  [click to read more …]

Vax Madness

I want to stick my head in the sand and ignore all the craziness I’m hearing about vaccination mandates. How do I know what actually affects my employees?  [click to read more …]

Sharing Personnel Files

I’ve received a request by an attorney for a copy of an employee file. They included a very long list of things they’d like us to send them but they did provide authorization by the employee. Do I just copy the whole file and send it?  [click to read more …]

Social Etiquette at Work

An Employee Handbook usually tells employees what conduct is considered unacceptable. However, less is said about proper or preferred conduct. There are a lot of little things employees (and managers) can do to make your company a more enjoyable place to work.  [click to read more …]

Yes, It’s Possible

I’m never sure what I can and can’t do regarding my employees. I feel like they have more options than I do as a business owner.  [click to read more …]

Less Than the Ideal Candidate

It can be difficult to find and hire the ideal person. Many candidates have spent more effort in improving their interview skills than their job skills. Once you’ve discovered the employee has fewer skills or knowledge than you thought, you have decisions to make.  [click to read more …]

Too Much Time Off

I have an employee who has used all their paid sick time for the year, plus all their vacation time. She now takes unpaid time off but provides doctor’s notes and has good excuses, such as a relative who died, continued health issues, etc. However, I really need her at work. What are my options?  [click to read more …]