Your employee handbook sets the "ground rules" for your staff. It provides a blueprint for your company culture. It keeps you on the right side of the law. And it forestalls any number of potential legal and professional disputes.
If it's up to date and readable, that is.
Here's how to create an employee handbook that not only says everything you need it to say, but is fun to read, too!
Once upon a time, employers relied on work perks such as pool tables and free massages to attract talent.
Unfortunately (though probably predictably), an abundance of tools hasn’t necessarily made us better communicators. My case in point today? Social media. Let’s explore what we can learn about effective (or not) communication from social media.