Encouraging two-way communication with employees keeps management aware of key issues that affect employee morale.
HRP's employee attitude surveys are an excellent way to maintain open lines of communication. Our surveys demonstrate a company's interest in its people and help provide a quantitative and qualitative measurement tool to gauge employee perceptions and behaviors, rather than just "gut" feelings.
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The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) applies to companies with 50 or more employees during at least 20 workweeks in the current or previous calendar year. Complying with this act requires proper development of clear policies and forms. HRP can help carefully review and modify existing leave policies to conform to the Act.
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All organizations face human resource on a daily basis. Without appropriate systems in place, organizations risk costly legal liability and pay for inefficient management practices that reduce profitability.
HRP's comprehensive review of your human resource systems establishes a benchmark of current practices. From this, we can help identify areas of legal liability exposure and areas that are running inefficiently due to lack of systems.
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Clearly defining position responsibilities including needed competencies and job descriptions can be a road map to employee success. When correctly compiled, these two items offer guidance for managers and supervisors conducting interviews, performance evaluations and training.
Because making the right hiring decision in today's tight labor market is critical it's imperative to have a clear description of expectations prior to hiring will support accurate, sound and legally defensible hiring decisions.
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Every organization should have a legally sound employee handbook because providing a fair and consistent workplace avoids a myriad of staffing and legal problems. Policies and procedures help clarify employee performance expectations and prevent misunderstandings. Undocumented policies lead to inconsistent treatment of employees, triggering employment discrimination complaints. A handbook provides documentation of your organization's practices and assists in legal defense against employee lawsuits.
Additionally, as an employer you have a legal responsibility to give new employees information regarding new and existing federal policies.
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HRP's 360-degree feedback review helps employees and managers identify current levels of performance and areas for improvement. We use a proven process that gathers behavioral observations from different groups including - supervisors, peers, and subordinates - fill out an assessment that summarizes an employee's skills, abilities, styles, and job-related competencies. Our 360º feedback review instrument enhances employee and leadership effectiveness in ways that traditional reviews do not consider.
Once the assessment is complete, an individual follow-up report is created for the employee and their manager. The report can be used to create a development plan, which will allow the employee and manager to focus on areas for improvement as well as further capitalize on strengths.
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