• Who must create one? In Nevada all employers who have 11 or more employees have to develop a written workplace safety program. Employers who manufacture explosives are also

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  • To recruit and select talent at the highest ability, you must first assess your current needs. Once you figure out the positions needed and get all the job

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  • A performance appraisal is an evaluation done on an employee’s job performance over a specific period of time. It is the equivalent of a report card on an employee and how their manager

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  • A Human Resource Audit is:  A comprehensive method (or means) to review current human resources policies, procedures, documentation and systems to identify needs for improvement and enhancement of

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  • When you become aware of a problem, promptly speak to the employee, taking particular care to specify the deficiencies you wish to see corrected and how corrective action

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  • According to statistics, drug and alcohol abusers among employees account for increased absenteeism, more on-the-job injuries to themselves or others, and lower productivity. If you are a federal

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  • “Right to work” laws govern hiring of employees. In a nutshell, “right to work” means that a person has the right to work for a company without being

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  • For a talent acquisition process to be consistently successful, it must begin by establishing recruitment objectives and a specific action plan to meet those objectives, and end with

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  • 1. HR Strategy The first step to optimizing HR is to ensure your agency’s HR strategy is aligned with your agency’s strategy. Only by clearly understanding your agency’s

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  • Time Off to Vote You probably want your employees to be active in the community they live in, and part of that activism involves voting in local, state,

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