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Business Alert: Innovative Book Focuses on Special Leadership Training For Managers

Innovative book, ‘HR Memos to Managers: 81 Concise, Customizable Training Handouts for Your Supervisors’ By Business Management Daily focuses on special training and key tools for employees to become better managers and supervisors.

April 23, 2012 - PRLog -- Falls Church, Va. — Employees are often dropped into managerial roles based on the quality of their actual work, not on their ability to manage. The problem: The skills needed to perform a job are usually completely different from the skills needed to supervise employees performing that same job.

That’s why it’s vital for managers and supervisors to receive regular training on managerial skills. In ‘HR Memos to Managers: 81 Concise, Customizable Training Handouts for Your Supervisors’ by Business Management Daily, employees can make that shift to exceptional leader and become a high-performing, efficient manager or supervisor.

According to Business Management Daily Editorial Director Pat DiDomenico, “ ‘HR Memos to Managers’ will help your managers hire the best employees, communicate effectively with staff, conduct smart performance reviews, coach and motivate for improved performance and make any kind of employment decision in an effective, legally safe way.”

DiDomenico adds, “This book has been written directly for managers by a team of experts at  Business Management Daily and covers the most critical topics that all managers and supervisors should know, including employment law, employee lawsuit risks, hiring and interviewing, performance reviews, communication, coaching and motivating, management skills, managing difficult situations and terminations. It’s a comprehensive blue-print to help organizations run more efficiently from the inside out.”

Here are three essential topics managers and supervisors should be versed in from ‘HR Memos to Managers’:

1.   FMLA, ADA, FLSA and more. There are many employment laws that every manager should know, including ones that pertain to job discrimination, sexual harassment, overtime/minimum wage, family leave, age discrimination, disability discrimination, military leave, gender pay differences, workplace safety, pregnancy discrimination and immigration.

2.   The Dirty Dozen: 12 manager mistakes that spark lawsuits. Here are 12 of the biggest manager mistakes that harm an organization’s credibility in court: sloppy documentation, lack of policy/procedure knowledge, inflated appraisals, shrugging off complaints, interview errors, changing your story, ‘papering’ (over documenting) an employee’s file, being rude/mean spirited, lack of legal knowledge, dictating accommodations, and firing employees too fast.

3.   Top 7 reasons why the wrong people get hired. Here are the top reasons that employers make poor hiring decisions: Hiring managers don’t take time to do the job right. Hiring managers don’t know what you’re looking for. Hiring managers are looking for the wrong things. The best candidate doesn’t know about the position. Hiring decisions are based on “gut feeling.” The wrong candidate didn’t get enough information to say “no.” Hiring managers mistake credentials for accomplishments.

For more information on the book, ‘59 HR Memos to Managers: 81 Concise, Customizable Training Handouts for Your Supervisors’, visit  http://www.amazon.com/Memos-Managers-Business-Management-....

About Business Management Daily
Business Management Daily, based in Falls Church, Virginia, has been providing sound news and advice since 1937, giving business professionals the news, skills and strategies they need to grow their businesses, avoid legal pitfalls and advance their careers. For a full listing of all our books, training CDs, webinars, special reports and videos or to sign up for any of our FREE e-newsletters or reports on Human Resources, Leadership & Management, Office Management, Business Coaching, Employment Law, Administrative Professionals and Office Technology, please visit www.BusinessManagementDaily.com. Follow us on Twitter @BizDaily and 'Like' us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Business-Management-Daily/....

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