There are certain types of difficult behaviors and attitudes that occur in the workplace. Below, we have outlined the most common personalities that employers encounter in the workplace and how to approach their behavior.
Type 1: This employee has a tendency to quickly point out errors, bad results, or mistakes. As a result, this employee tends to come across as condescending to other employees and undermine innovation and morale.
Approach: This employee has critical thinking skills that need to be put to good use. Challenge this employee to improve upon others’ ideas, rather than discounting the ideas completely. Coach this employee to help make his/her presentation and style more palatable, but still offer constructive suggestions that lead to improvements.
On April 26, 2019, Allison Zerbe and her husband, Alex, celebrated Allison’s passing of the Missouri State Bar at her swearing-in ceremony in Jefferson City, Missouri. HR Partners is proud to have Allison on our team, where she will also be practicing law with the Law Offices of John R. Dietrick, P.A. Allison will soon be admitted to practice law in Kansas, as well.
With the tightest labor market in the past fifty (50) years, companies across the United States are shifting their focus to retaining talent within their workforce. According to a study by the Work Institute, based upon statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an estimated forty-one (41) million people voluntarily quit their jobs in 2018. That number is expected to continue to climb. By 2020, the Work Institute expects this figure to reach forty-seven (47) million.
David Brooks, author of the New York Times Best-Seller, “The Social Animal,” believes students learn from people they love. Studies by cognitive scientists show that emotion is essential to reason. Brooks recalls a time when he was teaching at Yale and had to cancel office hours due to personal issues. Revealing that one unspecific, yet personal, detail humanized him to his class and changed both the relationship and the tone between students and professor for the rest of the term.
The first quarter of 2019 has brought several potential changes in both proposed regulations and legislation that may impact your organization. Below are the current HR Hot Topics to be keep in mind: