This week, the HR Daily Advisor discussed supervisors, pay rates, and performance reviews. Here’s the HR Daily Advisor week in review.
Unfortunate HR Rule: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished—Untrained supervisors and managers can be a liability in for an organization, even if they try to be good bosses. Prevent costly mistakes through training programs.
Five Quick Rules for New Supervisors and Managers—Here are five quick rules to get your new supervisors and managers through their first 90 days.
Can You Pay Different Hourly Rates for Different Work? (Sure, but …—Employees who do two different types of tasks may be paid different hourly rates during the workweek. Or, an employee may work in two or more different positions during the same workweek at different rates of pay. But how do you calculate the overtime?
What Can Be Excluded from the ‘Regular Rate’?—Here are the five types of compensation that generally do not have to be included in when calculating the “regular rate” of pay.
Bell Curve, or Everyone’s Excellent?—Recently, we had an interesting discussion in our weekly executive meeting, says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald. We were talking about how annual performance evaluations went this year. One colleague suggested that our evaluation system can actually hurt morale.
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