Help Your Employees by Understanding Learning Styles

Remember, adult learning is a specialized field and employees must understand how the learning concept will impact them. . .”What’s in it for ME?” And since everyone has a learning style preference, make sure you give your employee the necessary tools for success. Consider the following learning style preferences and evaluate your training methods.

Positive Employee Recognition

When companies communicate there is an investment of time and money being spent on updating handbooks and policies, they may also receive some positive employee recognition: Through greater employee satisfaction and work quality improvements because employees feel as though they are valued by their employer. Companies can take the opportunity to communicate the changes and/or […]

Progressive Discipline Policy Sample

Company Policy Series – Progressive Discipline Policy Sample The purpose of the Progressive Discipline Policy is to establish consistent guidelines to follow for addressing behavior that requires disciplinary action, and to provide a structured corrective action process to improve and prevent a recurrence of undesirable behavior, violations of company policies and procedures, and performance issues. […]

Dress Code Policy Sample

Company Policy Series – Dress Code Policy Sample The purpose of the Dress Code Policy is to provide a guideline for employees in terms of what is and what is not acceptable manner of dress in a business casual workplace. The following is what a Dress Code Policy could look like: “The Company’s official standard […]

How to Maintain a Responsible Workplace

Hostile Workplace Environment Harassment.  People who learn about this type of harassment are often surprised about what can constitute it. This type of harassment may be direct or indirect, intentional or not.  It exists whenever the perpetrator’s words, actions or body language contribute to creating an uncomfortable working environment for its victim.  Again, it is […]

Parental Involvement in K-12 Education Act – A Summary

Colorado Employers – Parental Involvement in K-12 Education Act – Summary Beginning in August 2009, both public and private employers in the State of Colorado who, similar to FMLA regulations, have 50 or more employees, are now required to provide unpaid leave time to non-supervisory and non-executive level employees for attending parent teacher conferences and/or […]

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