A key measure of U.S. job creation came in well short of expectations for May, suggesting a slowdown in employment growth as the effect of government budget cuts spills over into the private sector. The monthly report by payroll processing firm ADP showed growth of 135,000 jobs, a figure suggesting only slow progress in paring […]
any companies loaded their employees with extra responsibilities to survive the recession, but this strategy could cause problems in the future, Wensdy Von Buskirk writes. You might need to re-evaluate your approach if operational bottlenecks have appeared, customers are unhappy or employees are feeling burned out, she writes.
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Employee of the month and “spot award”-type bonuses leave it to managers to decide who’s doing a good job. If they like a particular employee, lucky them; if not, tough luck.
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