Posts Categorized: HR & Management

Understanding Emotions: How to Help an Employee Who Might Be Going through a Difficult Patch in Their Personal Life

Navigating Emotions in the Workplace

Depression can make work-life difficult for an employee. It’s hard to be productive and get things done when you don’t feel like yourself—and depression makes it difficult to get and stay motivated. Employees going through a difficult time may appear moody, distracted, forgetful, indecisive, tired or bored. But despite a shift in attitude that makes it harder to get… Read More »

Three Books all Managers Should read in 2020

Plenty of knowledge can be gained from books, especially if you’re looking to refresh your management skills in the New Year. You may have set goals for the knowledge you’d like to brush up on or new skills you’d like to learn. A learning plan is a good strategy for any working professional looking to… Read More »

The secret to motivating the employees who are performing under-standards

Some employees are weaker than others in terms of work performance. That’s par for the course in any company. As a leader, it’s up to you to coach your under-performers and help them improve. So, when you notice one of your workers is struggling, it’s time to take action. Just follow these tips from a leader in Atlanta… Read More »

Is Your Morning Routine Setting You Up for a Stressful, or Happy, Workday?

What are your mornings usually like? The way you start your day has a huge impact on your ability to handle stress and generate work throughout the day. By practicing smart morning routines, you can help yourself have the best day possible. And who can’t use more positive energy, helping you to get stuff done?   Five Ways to Kickstart Your… Read More »

Leader Lessons: How to have a conversation with an employee who is visibly reaching their breaking point

All jobs have peaks and flows—some seasons are more stressful than others. And depending on what’s happening outside the office, your employees may also have peaks and flows in their personal lives. When you combine in-office and out-of-office stress, you have a recipe for how well your workers are able to handle all the responsibility… Read More »

How to take the proactive steps to become a better leader among your employees

Strong leaders inspire and motivate their employees! Under your guidance, your workers will rise to the occasion and accomplish great things—which in turn helps your company accomplish great things! So to be a powerful force among those who report to you, what steps can you take to improve your influence? Five Ways to be a… Read More »

Safety First! The Key to Addressing Workplace Safety Concerns with Your Team

Addressing Workplace Safety Concerns | Atlanta GA Employment

Safety awareness is critical to every workplace. Keeping your workers safe isn’t just a nice thought—it’s a must-have. It all starts with a safety plan all employees must follow. Threats to the safety of your workers must be addressed by the plan, so it’s good to keep it dynamic—ready to be adjusted and amended if… Read More »

Improving your hiring process starts with understanding the ideal candidate you’re searching for

Hiring Support in Atlanta Georgia | Happy Faces Personnel Group

Making good hiring matches is critical to the success of your business. It makes the difference between an employee who just gets work done, and one who excels—improving the quality of your output, as a result. Ideal candidates are the types of workers whom employers strive to find and keep on their payroll for the… Read More »

How to Have a Difficult Conversation About Work Performance with a Challenging Employee

Addressing Workplace Safety Concerns | Atlanta GA Employment

One of your many roles as a manager is to keep harmony in the workplace. When one employee isn’t pulling their fair share of the workload, it can be upsetting to other hard-working members of your workforce. When this happens, you need to have a conversation with the slacking employee—and this already-awkward conversation can be… Read More »

Five Ways to Squash Workplace Negativity

Into every workplace a little negativity will sometimes fall. Though a blend of personalities and viewpoints will ultimately make your company culture stronger, it stands to reason that not everyone will see eye-to-eye all the time. This is a perfectly normal occurrence when people work together, and it’s how you handle it as a manager that makes all the difference.    How… Read More »