Easy Employee Supervision

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The Management Advantage, Inc., 1998 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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Contents

What is the biggest
15
What is Management?
39
Subject Matter Experts Arent Always
45
Define Skills Needed in the
61
Immigration Act of 1986What Does
84
CHAPTERS Training the New
95
Understand the Communication Cycle
102
Motivation After
113
Why You Need an Employee
182
Dealing With an Employee
202
Immediate Termination Is Appropriate
218
Evaluating Yourself Your
229
How Can You Improve Your
239
Profit Rests With
245
Employees Role
251
The Timing of Customer Service
258

Problem Solving Employee
122
People Centered Motivation
140
Work Performance Appraisals Make
151
CHAPTERS When it Bites the
161
Defamation
166
Supervisors
265
REFERENCES
271
INDEX
280
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About the author (1998)

William H. Truesdell is President and founder of The Management Advantage, Inc., a personnel management consulting firm. Prior to starting The Management Advantage, Truesdell spent more than 20 years in management with American Telephone and Telegraph in human resources and operations. He is an expert on the subjects of personnel practices, employee handbooks, equal opportunity, and performance management programs. Truesdell is the author of five self-published titles, including Secrets of Affirmative Action, Easy Employee Supervision, and Secrets of Investigating Discrimination. Truesdell is past president of the Northern California Employment Round Table, a liaison group for employers and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. He also served for five years on the National Workplace Diversity Committee within the Society for Human Resource Management. He is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the California State University at Fresno.

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