“Don’t bother me, it’s 4th quarter” is a phrase we hear quite frequently from October into December, and sometimes lingering into January. Fourth quarter means open enrollment, quarter-end, year-end, performance reviews, hiring initiatives (or off boarding) for seasonal industries. It’s also the holidays – Halloween, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah – and many people […]
Performance Reviews. Some dread them. Some revere them. Some companies live and die by them. Sometimes they fall woefully short of providing what they are supposed to, which is help the employee remain exemplary, or, in some cases, become exemplary. Some companies don’t even hold performance reviews anymore. If your company conducts these types of […]
By: Rob Parker A recent HR Hotline call brought up an issue we see quite frequently: termination of an employee where poor performance has not been documented. Of course, in these situations, things are always more complicated than they first appear. This was the case in this recent HR Hotline call. Company recently rehired an […]
A Message From the CEO: The ADA & The Importance of an Accurate Performance Evaluation By: Thoran Towler As we know, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) only protects an individual who has a disability and who is “qualified for a position.” To be qualified under the ADA, an individual must: (1) have the requisite […]
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