MANAGEMENT MINUTE: When You Should Involve HR

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27_2510350Many staff problems you can handle yourself. But when a particularly difficult issue arises, it may be best to consult the experts in handling them — your company’s human resources department.

In many companies, the HR specialist can help you solve a wide range of problems.

Consider asking your HR staff for advice when:

  • An employee is risking termination because of an attendance problem.
  • An employee has an ongoing attitude problem that you cannot resolve.
  • An employee is engaging in potentially illegal activities at work.
  • You don’t […]

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