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Entries by Peter Maguire
When you are considering the substantive merit of a case for disciplinary action or termination of employment, passing the “3 tents test” is a good start.
There is a great line in this Aretha Franklin classic which is “R-E-S-P-E-C-T, find out what it means to me”. We have followed her example and looked at what it means in a workplace.
Many businesses think that simply having a policy is enough to demonstrate compliance but there is actually a lot more to it than that as businesses too often find out the hard way.
Next time you are looking to recruit a new employee, ask the question “Why would I want to work for you?”
The Human Resources Management profession has been wrestling for years with the question of what impact it has on organisational performance. Here are a few thoughts on some of the challenges that exist in that space.
Why is it that some businesses have people who stay with them and consistently perform well?
How do they keep them motivated?
This is a question that I am commonly asked by SMB owners, often when the business is a little out of control because it has grown to the point where the owner cannot personally supervise everything that is going on anymore. My initial response is that you are asking the wrong question up front and […]