Bugle #51: Your EE Handbook Should Be Like This Car Park
Happy Friday loyal Buglers! Your Bugle author was on paternity leave for a spell but he’s back now with plenty of rest. Ha! We have some catch up reading for you this week so let’s get right to the best HR, leadership, and policy management articles we found from the last
two four weeks. Enjoy and have a sensational weekend!
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Article of the Week: This week’s highlighted article (look for the ✦ below) hit home for us because of its similarity to our mission. A parking deck owner wanted to “uplift patrons shuffling in and out of a tiresome layer-cake of parking” and, in doing so, turned a drab, boring space into something that shows patrons that management cares about their human experience. High five!
Show Employees You Care
- How to Tell Your Team That Organizational Change Is Coming
- Employee Burnout, Part 1: The 5 Main Causes
- Standing desks vs sitting: why sitting ISN’T slowly killing you
- ✦ If your traditional employee handbook were a building, it’d be a parking garage… why not add some paint? ✦
Protect Your Company
- A Voluntary Discounted Meal Policy Is Not “Control” Over the Employee During Their Meal or Rest Break
- Urban Meyer and Ohio State Become Yet Another Cautionary Tale of What Not to Do
- PODCAST: What’s the Deal with Employee Handbook Rules?
- Office Bullying is Driving Your Talent Away, Right Under Your Nose
- Hands-Free Laws: Practical Considerations for Employers
- The Sexual Harassment Problem in the Food and Hospitality Industries
- Second-guessing the advice columns: Don’t lie about why you terminated an employee