To Fire, Or to Retrain: That is the Question

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There comes the point in some employer-employee relationships at which managers reach a crossroads. When an employee’s job performance dips below expectations and stays at that level for any length of time, managers are faced with a choice – address that employee’s shortcomings with the goal of increasing their performance, or terminate their employment. Given… Read more »

5 Hats That Help You Define Your Leadership Roles

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You don’t have to be a supervisor to be a leader. But whether you lead because it’s in your job description, or you’re leading by example, you’ll find yourself wearing several different hats as your responsibilities shift throughout each day. No matter your title, any leadership role you take will require you to wear one… Read more »

Why Your Employee Handbook Needs to Be Updated

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In some cases, an employee handbook is seen as the lifeblood of an organization. The handbook is where rules are born and disagreements are solved. While some leaders have a tendency to stick with one generic set of rules throughout their tenure, others cherish the fresh sense of motivation, confidence, and productivity that can be… Read more »