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    There is no federal law that obligates employers to adopt or follow any specific disciplinary process. In the vast majority of states, the default rule is that employment is at will, which means that the employer or the employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time and for any reason (or no reason) unless a law or agreement...

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    She has "inappropriate" phone conversations at high volume during work hours... He swears every time his computer is on the fritz... She's always calling in "sick" on Mondays and her co-workers are tired of picking up the slack... How do you begin tough conversations that MUST take place with these difficult employees? Learn a structured...
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    Chronic tardiness, frequent absenteeism, poor job performance, and workplace flare-ups can cost your organization in lost productivity and weakened morale. If left unresolved, these issues can weaken your credibility as a leader and create a stressful work environment. That's why it's critical for HR professionals and supervisors to address these...
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    Why is workplace gossip dangerous? For starters, it's a productivity killer. Employees spend an average of 65 hours a year distracted by rumors in the office, according to a USA Today article. And a recent Randstad survey found that office gossip was at the top of its list of seven problem behaviors. And there are legal perils: Potential...
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    . . . implied contract claim rejected by federal district court . . . In Iowa, employees may file wrongful discharge claims if they are discharged in violation of a clear public policy or an implied employment contract. If an employee handbook contains a progressive discipline procedure that isn't followed, does an...
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